Greed, Inc. by Wade Rowland
Why Corporations Rule Our World

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DESCRIPTION: A searing indictment of modern corporations, which enjoy the legal status of individuals but are not bound by the same legal and moral responsibilities. While recognizing the positive contributions corporations have made over the past two centuries to science, technology, and medicine, the author examines the greed at the core of it all and pinpoints what went wrong.

About Wade Rowland

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Wade Rowland is the author of more than a dozen books. He is assistant professor of communication and culture at Atkinson College of York University in Toronto. He and his wife, Christine, live near Port Hope, Ontario.
Published May 3, 2006 by Arcade Publishing. 288 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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it is therefore a ""moral cretin,"" a ""sociopathic entity spawned by a paranoid hallucination"" and even ""an alien life-form."" There are gaps, however, in Rowlands's arguments: by judging corporations in terms of human ethics standards, the author never demonstrates that institutional, procedu...

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