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Ed Finn | The social, environmental, and financial excesses of the corporate elite are becoming more obvious all the time, making it easier to expose their antics and fight back.
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Ed Finn | One of the reasons -- arguably the main reason -- why the big transnational corporations are now running the world is because most people don't believe they are.
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Raluca Bejan | The soda company's new ad, which was pulled this week after a public outcry, shows that diversity and social activism can be sold like any other product.
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Wayne MacPhail | Mainstream media can't have it both ways. It can't pretend that increasingly depending on sponsored native content to boost its bottom line will have no impact on how it produces news.
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Yves Engler | Canadian unions have generally deferred to the business class regarding much of the social, cultural and even economic sphere.
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Redeye Collective | Shell has had its logo displayed on Lego gas stations and oil tankers for decades. Now there is pressure on Lego to abandon its relationship with the fossil fuel giant.
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Chris Lawson | Labour campaigns seem to be suffering from slogans. Why? Because in the age of the Internet what works is keywords and cat videos.
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Rick Salutin | Mad Men starts its final season on Sunday. It's ironic that it happens at a time of serious decline for advertising itself, which for over a century was the linchpin of the capitalist system.
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David J. Climenhaga | We never hear from the Alberta's doctors except when they're angry and want something. As a result, the rest of us mostly tune them out.
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Amy Goodman | May Day, Murdoch and the murder of Milly Dowler. What do they have to do with the 2012 U.S. general election? This year's election will be the most expensive in U.S. history.
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Joanna Chiu | Unless more people stand up to twisted advertising tactics, images of violence against women will continue to proliferate.
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Lorraine Chisholm | SPARK is a new organization that gives girls a place online where they can speak their minds about how they are seeing themselves represented in the media.