I’ve written two installments in this series (part 1 is here and part 2 is here). And while I could probably turn itemizing complaints about social-media companies into a perpetual gig somewhere — because there’s always going to be new material — I think it’s best to list only just a few more for now. After that, we ought to step back and weigh what reforms or other social responses we really need. The first six classes of complaints are detailed in Parts 1 and 2, so we begin here in Part 3 with Complaint Number 7.
Our politics and economy are increasingly rigged in favor of Wall Street banks and giant corporations. All too often, elected officials represent these narrow special interests rather than the rest of us. We must challenge this business as usual and demand accountability. Let’s take back our country and restore our democracy.
(15.5.2017) Founded more than 30 years ago, the EFMD unites over 900 institutions in 86 countries. Not only successful business schools, but also consulting companies, small business support centres, chambers of commerce and industry, and training centres are members of the Foundation. In addition, the Association accredits individual MBA programmes and e-learning technologies. All this enables the EFMD to act as a platform for continuous dialogue between educational institutions and users of educational services in the sphere of management, thereby providing a strong link between business schools and large corporations.
CNN went after Jimmy Dore. Cenk Uygur, Brett Erlich, and Sue-Ann Robinson, the hosts of The Young Turks, explain.