Entries Tagged as 'Corporations'
April 7th, 2004 · 1 Comment
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November 8th, 2003 · 3 Comments
Mark Perry says that consumers are the kings and queens of the economy. Therefore, corporations are incorrectly labeled as “greedy” when, in fact, it is the consumers who are greedy because they won’t willingly part with larger percentages of their meager take-home pay.
This article explores the logic of that premise. I expose the faultiness of this view by a discussion of the differences between CORPORATE choices and CONSUMER choices and the information available to consumers when they make the choices that they ARE responsible for making.
This article was inspired by Abi, over at Evilrooster Crows, and her question “Is nothing sacred?” Answer: Yes, Abi, there is one sacred thing: Corporate Greed. (You can find Evilrooster Crows at http://www.sunpig.com/abi/.)
October 13th, 2003 · No Comments
“Entertainment” corporations have been quite literally on the warpath for the last few years. After some recent successes against “the little people,” the pace is picking up. They’re now threatening or discussing suits against people for such things as talking, including telling people to “press the shift key.”
How did this come about?
October 8th, 2003 · 3 Comments
September 26th, 2003 · 1 Comment