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By Craig Davison
A future world controlled by a corporation called the Heart Of Love, and their quest to hunt out and destroy their ideological opponents.
Novel | Updated Sep 10, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
In 1997, the worldâ€™s highest paid corporate lawyer, Lawrence Inlow, was struck in the head by the rotor blade of a company helicopter when he prematurely departed the aircraft. Company CEO, Steven Hilbert, was subsequently questioned regarding the incident, and the disembarkation...
A poem about the difference between big corporations and small businesses, based on real experience.
Poetry | Updated Oct 24, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Scott Talbot Evans
A mentally ill love story.
Can a forty year old virgin with obsessive-compulsive disorder find happiness in the mental health system? Probably not. But Foxavier Jostleplume keeps searching for the perfect job and the perfect woman. Along the way he fights trans fat and an evil...
I analyze the role corporations play in my family sphere. Relevant to OWS!
A girl works in a store. A mysterious man enters. Stuff happens.
It's kind of funny, but kind of not. I tried writing something completely new to me. This is my attempt.
By Bangkok Dan
A diatribe on greed
Despite increase in the number and levels of FDI in developing countries, the positive spillovers that is expected to accrue to and assist in their economic development is usually not been realized, instead the economies continue to struggle while the MNCs continue to grow and expand into new...
By Rob Anderson
Short story from 2010 that I wrote for a creative writing course.
What just went wrong? How could one of the world's otherwise robust financial systems come so close to grinding halt? Who is responsible for this quandary? Find out.....
By Andy Mitchell
Stephen hides a terrible fish based secret that could threaten mankind, pancake day and dot matrix printers.
Novel | Updated Aug 18, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Dana The Cyberpoet
Large banks and financial institutions monopolizing the investment market often result in stock market crashes.
Government restrictions as to size could regulate and
prevent future financial stock market crises.
Lessons rules corprate learning to cope
In the near future, a war has led to a new power structure and a new era of human oppression. In fear of losing its control, the new government forces all citizens to stand for evaluation to determine their fate.