Greed, Inc: Why Corporations Rule Our World

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Arcade Publishing, 2006 - 265 pages
"Why do automakers sell us cars they know to be unsafe? Why do multinational drug companies advertise and promote drugs they are aware could harm us? Why is big business allowed to poison our environment - and us? Why is our food so unhealthy and obesity growing at such a disconcerting rate? Why do public companies mislead their employees and stockholders by hiding unfavorable results and, all too often, criminally falsifying figures?" "Greed, Inc. addresses head-on the pressing question of why so many major corporations have lost all sense of ethical direction, focusing totally on the bottom line, and, more egregiously, falsifying that information whenever it suits their needs or demands."--BOOK JACKET.

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Part I
1
Part II
79
8
113
9
124
The Corporate Workers Dilemma
134
11
164
Consumerism and the Corporation
170
12
180
13
194
14
208
Acknowledgments
231
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