Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Don't be Evil, anyone?

Ironically, an admired company who was once famous for its corporate philosophy "You can make money without doing evil" repeatedly carried on several evil deeds.


The willful violation of Java and the illegal advertisement of drugs are the most recent incidents. We might even see an anti-trust case against Google for its integration of Google+ and Search.

What worries me the most is how similar Google actions are to Jeffrey Skilling's.
My job as a businessman is to be a profit center and to maximize return to the shareholders. It's the government's job to step in if a product is dangerous.

Let's make money first, worry about getting caught later, right?

Apparently, keeping to the words is too tough. <sarcastic>We all can sympathize with that.</sarcastic>

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