Daily Archives: May 12, 2016

Robbing the working poor is digging economy into deeper hole

It’s hard to comprehend how perverse, broken, unfair and short-sighted, business practices at publicly traded corporations have become over the past few years. Evidence is everywhere we look. By extracting everything in the name of corporate profits, we are left … Continue reading

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A Plastic Ocean

Thinking people have to take a stand as consumers to stop this. We can start easily by refusing to buy drinks in plastic bottles. The next obvious need is to lobby for laws that require those who produce goods in … Continue reading

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Lifting the crime cloak of the corporation

Crimes have boomed under the cloak of corporations. The less accountable individuals are allowed to be for their actions, the more corrupt and perverse the incentives. Even in named corporations, no admission or finding of crime should be allowed without … Continue reading

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Analyst: One in three malls doomed

If America is the most ‘over-stored’ country in the world, Canada is not far behind. All the US retailers opened stores through Canada the past decade as households buried themselves in debt. And then there are all the REITs and … Continue reading

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