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"Hmm, what would Satan do?"
"It's a quandary, Gentlemen. The instability of the present situation concerns me, and yet I applaud our ongoing ability to profit from it."
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"Mr. Zuckerberg, Facebook is in crisis. The brand is now synonymous with data theft, racist uncles, and electioneering."
"Acting responsibly is below my pay grade."
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"Let's first run it by the boys down in corporate responsibility so that we can find out exactly how much we can get away with."
The make-a-wish corporation
'I'm very pleased to report to the shareholders that as a result of conservation efforts and our use of alternative energy sources, we have been able to eliminate the entire big toe from our carbon footprint.'
'Sure, pin the blame on the donkey.'
"Sir, it says very clearly that using our product 'May Cause Horrific Mutations' right on the label."
"I suppose we could tweak our empathy algorithm."
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'Do everything ethically ... within reason, of course.'
"Yes, we're the company with a heart, but we also have a mean upper-cut."
"It's pride month at YouTube and the gays are in a tizzy over hate speech. We might have to ban hundreds of channels according to... out own rules."
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"I see from your resumé that you've beaten a couple of fraud raps. Excellent!"
Tags:interview, interviews, job interview, job interviews, resume, resumes, cv, c.v., recruitment, recruiter, recruiters, fraud, fraudster, fraudsters, con, cons, white collar crime, white collar crimes, white collar criminal, white collar criminals, corporate responsibility, unethical business practices, unethical businesses
"Sure it's expensive. You think saving the rainforest comes cheap?"
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Corporate Responsibility Suggested Guidelines.
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'Take one the moment you begin to feel accountable.'
'The environmental impact should be minimal. In any event, we can work around it.'
'As a part of the company's green initiative, I hereby dedicate this tree! May it forever serve as a symbol of our corporate responsibility to the environment!
"What kind of crazy management scheme is this?"
'I'd do the 'common good' more often if there were big lobbyist bucks in it for me.'
"Ms. Jones, please contact my accountant and have him send out a large charitable donation ASAP."
"As a responsible CEO I grew sick and tired of all the poverty and injustice I saw around me. That's why I now have an office on the 12th floor and a limousine with tinted windows."
Tags:wealth inequality, financial inequality, economic inequality, poverty, injustice, social inequality, inequality, social problem, social problems, ceo, ceos, fat cat, fat cats, 1%, one percent, philanthropy, guilty conscience, guilty consciences, business ethics, corporate morality, corporate culture, corporate responsibility
'And this is Cunningham. He's our most valuable employee. He writes all of our product disclaimers.'
'This is outrageous! I could go to prison for sending miners into an unsafe mine!'