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Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) New York Times Source Apr 11, 2011

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Apr 11, 2011 A Scorecard for Companies With a Conscience

QUOTE: The typical pattern for a new, successful, triple-bottom-line company is that it quickly gets gobbled up by a major corporation — usually the leader in its field… The clash of corporate culture can be overwhelming, and the worry is that gradually the mission will erode — at least the parts of it less visible to consumers — in favor of a focus purely on profit.

New York Times
Nov 02, 2007 The Perils of Petrocracy

QUOTE: Nationalization is also a political trend in some regions, mainly Latin America, where the populist presidents of Bolivia and Ecuador have made it part of their discourse. They are led, of course, by Hugo Chávez of Venezuela. He has made private producers accept state control of their operations. When they wouldn’t, as in the case of ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips, he simply nationalized their holdings. Chávez has also asserted his control over Venezuela’s state oil company, which before him operated very much like a private, profit-driven enterprise.

New York Times
Aug 30, 2006 For People With AIDS, a Government With Two Faces

QUOTE: What the government says and doesn’t say still matters, unfortunately. I met some South Africans who can get antiretrovirals free at their local clinic but still prefer herbal medicines. They could live, thanks to the government’s highly reluctant actions. Instead, they will die because of its words.

New York Times
Aug 18, 2002 The Free-Trade Fix

QUOTE: Globalization is meant to signify integration and unity -- yet it has proved, in its way, to be no less polarizing than the cold-war divisions it has supplanted.

New York Times