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My View: VW deceit shows need for cap and trade

It is worth shining a light on VW since their behavior paints a stark picture as to the lengths corporations will go to try and circumvent environmental regulations. 57 more words

Portland Tribune

What inscription is on a CEO’s tombstone? “I’m finished climbing the corporate ladder and now it’s time to become God!”


What, us worry?

Ed Wolff is right:

For the vast majority of Americans, fluctuations in the stock market have relatively little effect on their wealth, or well-being, for that matter.

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The perils of working for a large company

Unemployment in America is currently at 4.1 percent. Many may see this number and assume this is fantastic. But what about seasonal workers?

In My hometown of… 213 more words


Why corporations are starting their own in-house ad agencies

(Source: thenextweb.com)

Last fall, the telecommunications company Sprint created an in-house digital ad agency, signaling a major shift in the company’s advertising strategy. At the time, I thought, “there goes another one.” A major brand trying to become more nimble, gain control of the ad buying process and save money — during a time when confusion and frustration is mounting in digital advertising. 674 more words


Defeating Corporate Sorcery

Archetypal Perception And Philosophical Abstraction

Every system of philosophy posits some code of conduct, which conduct aims to achieve an ultimate goal, or state, and therein lies the difference between those moral philosophies which one chooses to adopt so as to study and evolve the self, according to ones own aims and goals, and those immoral philosophies forced upon us via indoctrination so as to define and abstract the self, according to the aims and goals of another. 4,853 more words