Corporation Quotes

You can always tell that an organization is on the skids when it changes its name, and pays a lot of money for consultants to invent some ghastly new corporate identity.

I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country. As a result of the war, corporations have been enthroned, and an era of corruption in high places will follow. I feel at this moment more anxiety for the safety of my […]

Form determines content. Corporations are machines.

The great corporations of this country were not founded by ordinary people. They were founded by people with extraordinary intelligence, ambition, and aggressiveness.

Corporate corruption endangers everything in which we have, over the past many years, invested our time, effort, and money… That is, assuming there’s any corruption. It may be semantics. When senators and representatives get together in Congress to fix prices on prescription drugs, they’re national heroes. When pharmaceutical company CEOs get together on the golf […]

I’ll never understand why someone might pay me to wear a corporate logo. To me, all such shirts read “All my other clothes are dirty” or “Until which time, if ever, I develop a personality of my own, this t-shirt has offered to speak on my behalf.

You never expected justice from a company, did you? They have neither a soul to lose, nor a body to kick.

Corporate America determines what electronic primary experiences our children shall have, where, on any given evening, we shall travel and what we shall see, and from what perspective. It decides what news we shall hear, what blood on what streets, what deaths, what crimes, what scandals. It is frightening to realize that corporations with mind-altering […]

A new tyranny has cast its cold and ugly shadow over the nation, a nation where the rights of the people, criminals and citizens alike exist mostly in myth, where the police have become the handmaidens of power, where trials have become mere window dressing and mockeries of justice, and where corporations are left free […]

Did you expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned and no body to be kicked?