Good storytelling strengthens social movements
WHAT IS YOUR VIEW Mr. WAGONER & WHAT IS YOUR VIEW Mr. R. LEE SCOTT; was a letter sent to the 100 largest companies, according to the Fortune Magazine Global 500, which is based upon the annual turnover of global corporations. The appeal to the ethical responsibility of such corporations - who tend to be involved in everyday lives in the global village - was manifested in three basic questions: what is your views on democracy?, what is your views on power?, what is your views on economy?. Only 5 corporations representatives made an effort to respond TO THE FIRST LETTER in a more conscientious manner, 9 others respondents were the “we-are-to-busy-at-the-mo” type. Of the 100 CEOs IN YEAR 2000 there were 99 men and only 1 women. WE’RE AT THE MOMENT WAITING FOR RESPONSES ON THE LETTER SENT 2008. ALL OF THE TOP 100 CEOs IN YEAR 2008 WERE MEN. The Fortune Global 500 is a ranking of the top 500 corporations worldwide as measured by revenue. The list is compiled and published annually by Fortune magazine.
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Régine Debatty writes about the intersection between art, design and technology on her blog we-make-money-not-art.com.
She also contributes to various design and art magazines, curates art shows and lectures internationally.