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This category is for sites about alleged violations of business ethics.

Complaints about slow service or dissatisfaction with a product that do not reflect on corporate ethics should be submitted to Consumer Information: Complaints.
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Describes lawyer's harassment of a website legally publishing thousands of public-domain and permission-granted texts, alleging somewhere among them were some unspecified texts with permission granted improperly.
Collecting articles, complaints, consumer comments, and reports of litigation involving DirectBuy, formerly known as UCC TotalHome and United Consumers Club.
10 things you should know about The Bosley Medical Group. From Attorney General's consumer protection lawsuit, medical board violations, consumer oriented site.
Senate investigations called it a "Multi-billion dollar boondoggle." Lengthy U.S. Senate transcript shows a few details of defense industry unethical profits.
States that AOL paid a $3.5 million penalty to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the government financial watchdog, to settle charges that bear a close similarity to those in the WorldCom case.
Tracks Mitsubishi group's activities, focusing on workplace discrimination, consumer complaints, and environmental issues.
Tracks corporate activity, especially in the Third World, focusing on the export of hazardous substances, worker health and safety, labor union issues and the environment.
The scam message board allows consumers to post their bad experiences and inform the public.
A leaked document shows Sony has been monitoring environmental activists for the purpose of undercutting their pressure to reduce toxic waste in the manufacturing of electronics.
An investigation into misleading "renewal notice" spam for the Topsites.us web directory, including traffic analysis and background business details.
"Vitaly Borker welcomes customer complaints, saying they vault his business higher in Internet search results." [New York Times] (November 26, 2010)
Article lists the 20 largest US corporations giving "soft" political money to push for China's Most Favored Nation status and admission to the WTO. [Multinational Monitor] (June 01, 1997)
States that AOL paid a $3.5 million penalty to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the government financial watchdog, to settle charges that bear a close similarity to those in the WorldCom case.
Senate investigations called it a "Multi-billion dollar boondoggle." Lengthy U.S. Senate transcript shows a few details of defense industry unethical profits.
Describes lawyer's harassment of a website legally publishing thousands of public-domain and permission-granted texts, alleging somewhere among them were some unspecified texts with permission granted improperly.
The scam message board allows consumers to post their bad experiences and inform the public.
Collecting articles, complaints, consumer comments, and reports of litigation involving DirectBuy, formerly known as UCC TotalHome and United Consumers Club.
A leaked document shows Sony has been monitoring environmental activists for the purpose of undercutting their pressure to reduce toxic waste in the manufacturing of electronics.
An investigation into misleading "renewal notice" spam for the Topsites.us web directory, including traffic analysis and background business details.
Tracks Mitsubishi group's activities, focusing on workplace discrimination, consumer complaints, and environmental issues.
10 things you should know about The Bosley Medical Group. From Attorney General's consumer protection lawsuit, medical board violations, consumer oriented site.
Tracks corporate activity, especially in the Third World, focusing on the export of hazardous substances, worker health and safety, labor union issues and the environment.
"Vitaly Borker welcomes customer complaints, saying they vault his business higher in Internet search results." [New York Times] (November 26, 2010)
Article lists the 20 largest US corporations giving "soft" political money to push for China's Most Favored Nation status and admission to the WTO. [Multinational Monitor] (June 01, 1997)
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