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  • Money can lead to corruption.

    I believe these big corporations themselves don't lead to corruption and ineptitude, but rather it's the mass amounts of money that revolves around. When one has a lot of money, there are certain securities they have that others do not. When you group together a lot of people who all have a lot of money, the securities you have go above and beyond what most people can imagine. The rules seem to change because you can cover most things up and then the downward spiral begins.

  • Yes, corporations have become dens of corruption and ineptitude.

    Yes, corporations have become dens of corruption and ineptitude. Take Wells Fargo, for instance. The leaders think they can get away with anything, so they treat their customers and employees like second-class citizens. We need to change the environment so smaller Mom and Pop businesses can compete in this ever growing world.

  • I feel corporations have become corrupt and inept.

    In my opinion it seems corporations have become corrupt and more inept. The push to maximize profits at almost all costs has paved the way for corruption to take hold in many corporations today. Corporate scandals have become more prominent in news outlets and employee neglect and unhappiness seems to have increased in recent years.

  • Yes, they have.

    Coorporations have gotten out of control. They are run by money hungry people who only care about the bottom line. This is where capitalism and few controls on business have gotten us. The recent headlines about Wells Fargo and the traffic control agency full of bribes is proof of this.

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