November 2013

Monthly Archives

  • 10 Ways Prison is Big Business

    Prison is supposed to do three things: Remove criminals from society where they may harm others, punish them for their offenses, and rehabilitate them so that they are (hopefully) able to be assimilated back into society where they can take on roles as productive members of society. There’s just one little problem: It turns out […]

  • 10 of the Least Eco-Friendly Companies Ever

    The fairly new “green” and eco-friendly craze only exists now due to all of the terrible things people have done to the earth in hopes of making their companies more profitable. Money is the magic potion that makes humanity disappear and greed reign supreme over everything else, even the well-being of the planet, the animals […]

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    10 Most Unethical Business Practices in Big Business

    Corporate responsibility is not always realized. When companies become larger and extend to a global audience, they are often faced with some very unethical practices. When big profits are a company’s largest — and only concern — their employees, and the world in general, tend to suffer. Here are ten companies that have engaged in […]

  • 10 Most Controversial Pieces of Fine Print Ever

    No one wants to spend four hours reading through a mountain of fine print terms of service from iTunes, and then Instagram, and then Facebook, and then… and so on. As long as one can click ‘agree’ and forgo the legal jargon, fine print will forever be overlooked by the thousands who agree to […]

  • 10 Most Innovative Businesses of the Last Decade

    In the daily grind so many of us get caught up in, it’s often exhilarating to lift our heads for a moment and discover some of the amazing ways good companies are working to change the world. Change may sometimes seem slow, but there are many out there who are creating and innovating, bringing world-changing […]

  • 10 Nasty Side Effects of the Federal Government Shutdown

    The government shutdown wreaked havoc across many industries, and for many workers. The far-reaching effects signified the gravity of the current economic and political situation in the United States, leaving many on edge even after things were up and running again. That discomfort is certainly not unfounded, as even a few days’ shutdown caused serious […]