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What You Need to Know About a Worldwide Corporate Power Grab of Enormous Proportions

The corporate cabal behind a new trade agreement including Cargill, Pfizer, Nike and WalMart, has done an exceptional job of maintaining an almost total lack of transparency as they literally design the future we will all inhabit, writes Laurel Sutherlin.

From Current Business Paradigm to the Second Renaissance

The business community must face up the need for sustainable thinking, perceive its enormous power to alter the outcome, and become aware of the profits which will be lost and the far greater ones that will be gained by providing the will and “can do” attitude to tackle our human dilemmas. By Sam Yau and Rinaldo Brutoco.

Megatrends: Future Paradigms for Business

Here are five strategic features and an additional five trends that are golden opportunities for business as we begin to redesign our life-critical systems in ways that create enterprises which are far more conscious of society’s actual needs. By Richard Hames

The Global 1%: Exposing the Transnational Ruling Class

A study investigates the world's '1 percent' power elite, examines the extent to which they operate in unison for their own private gains, and analyses how they enforce policies for their own interest through global networks of centralised power. By Peter Phillips and Kimberly Soeiro.

Rights are for Real People

Citizens United is the finishing touch on a three-decade campaign of organized corporate radicalism. If we believe that the corporate takeover of our government is not acceptable, the work to take it back must be as determined and long-term as the corporate campaign itself, writes Jeffrey D. Clements.

And The Winner Is....The Public Sector

Conventional wisdom insists that the private sector is much more efficient than government-run programs. But in reality, privatization is actually more expensive when it comes to Medicare, student loans and the military, argues David Morris.

Think Of Me As Evil? Opening the Ethical Debates in Advertising

There is compelling evidence that advertising is not only contributing to climate change and resource depletion, it is undermining our values and eroding wellbeing. We can no longer ignore the cultural impact of advertising, says a report by the Public Interest Research Centre and WWF-UK.

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