I assume many are familiar with the website "People of WalMart"..... it is quite hilarious. I don't have the link handy, but you can easily google it. If you haven't seen it, you should take a look.
Also, if you happen to have a Costco in your area, that corporation actually is a pretty good corporate citizen. They pay their people well, provide health insurance, etc. There is a cost to join/shop there..... I suppose similar to Sam's Club vs. Walmart.
I taught a course on corporate fraud a couple of semesters ago, and WalMart has had several lawsuits against it (more than several) for bribing local officials in other countries where they are expanding rapidly. The most recent was in Mexico - they bribed local government people to obtain building permits, bypass public hearings when building new stores, etc.
Very interesting case study in corporate ethics. But they offer products at inexpensive prices, and that's what people need in this economy. So ????
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