Responsible Corporations? Google, Apple & News Corp

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Part 1 - Google
GOOGLE: Launched in a dorm room by two students, Google is now a massive global success story. But has it been TOO successful? Does it have too much of our…
Part 2 - Apple
APPLE has amazing products, but they're made by people in China who work long hours for small wages. Some workers have even killed themselves: the "Foxconn Suicides". Apple now monitors…
Part 3 - News Corp
NEWS CORP is a global media empire with famous brands like The Sun and Fox News. Founder Rupert Murdoch was once praised for taking on the print unions and he…

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