: "In a better world, would all public corporations
be more accountable to their shareholders? Hell, yes. But
today's shareholders are, in the main, no better than the vast
majority of companies they invest in. They only really care
about their financial upside, not the means by which it is
achieved. Exploitation of labor here and abroad a la Wal-mart,
environmental degradation, and massive corporate welfare
through government subsidies and sweetheart deals a la
Halliburton are perfectly acceptable sources of profit and
make for perfectly good investments most say."
Summer movies: The Corporation and Farenheit 9/11
Trailers are now available on Rotten
Tomatoes, and a list of dates in the US
Can not wait to see Michael Moore's new movie, opens on
Transit on Tuesday.