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       For Outstanding Achievement in the Pursuit of Profits

Navient is this month’s Globby Award nominee for Excellence in Ethics by a Corporation. It’s CEO justifies poor service to student loan debtors this way: “…in court, Navient made clear that the company’s main job isn’t helping debtors; it’s getting them to cough up cash for creditors like its biggest client, the U.S. Department of […]

For anyone confused by the contradictions in Trump’s public pronouncements, here is the key to understanding the president-elect: He will say whatever he needs to say to please whatever audience sits in front of him at a given moment. Source: Trump’s Cabinet will serve corporate interests, not the chumps who voted for him – LA […]

Finally! I wondered how far back the rules would allow us to go to grab nominees for this year’s Globby Award. The story about how Wells Fargo bilked millions… yes, millions… of customers with bogus fees for new accounts seemed like stale old news. But you can’t keep a good corporation down when it comes […]

The first 2017 Globby Award nomination goes to Nestle, the biggest FoodCorp in the world for gaming the system to profit from a clean natural resource while people 120 miles away enjoy the privilege of using a poisoned water supply in the city of Flint. For the princely sum of $200 in permit fees, Nestle […]

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