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Calling Bullshit

Whistleblowers: A very special kind of bs detector

We all like to think that if we saw wrongdoing, we’d do the right thing – that when confronted with a problem that goes against our ethics or morals, we’d speak up or take action. But what if calling bullshit meant damaging or ending your career, your family relationships, or […]

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McKinsey: Something to hide?

The notoriously tight-lipped global consulting firm McKinsey claims to be a values-driven and Purpose-Led. But do their deeds back up their words? Can we really trust any company to be purpose-led when they operate in almost total secrecy?

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Spotify: Starving Artists?

Spotify says its purpose is to give a million creative artists the opportunity to live off their art. Is that true? Or is it just a song and dance?

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Robinhood: Stealing from the poor and giving to the rich?

Robinhood was created by two Stanford graduates as a response to the Occupy Movement. They built an app that let anyone access the stock market – for free. And they named it for everyone’s favorite egalitarian outlaw, Robin Hood. Today we explore the hidden costs behind the free investing app.

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FDA: Is there something rotten here?

The Food and Drugs Act of 1906 gave the executive branch the power to regulate foods and drugs and thus creating what we now call the FDA. Now over 100 years later, are they living up to their lofty purpose to safeguard the health and wellbeing of the American people?