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Submission + - Wal-Mart implicated in widespread bribery in Mexico ( 1

Darren Hiebert writes: "An excellent example of investigative journalism conducted by the New York Times has implicated Wal-Mart in extensive bribery, revealing the company as "an aggressive and creative corrupter, offering large payoffs to get what the law otherwise prohibited" in its in-depth story The Bribery Aisle: How Wal-Mart Got Its Way in Mexico."

Submission + - Google is Now Officially Evil (

Darren Hiebert writes: "After yesterday's claim by Google that Microsoft and other companies had conspired together to hurt Google, we find now that Google had turned down an explicit offer from Microsoft to join in with it on the patent rights purchase. I don't know of a better definition for "evil" than intentionally trying to hurt others and lying in order to benefit yourself."

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