Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Taking on "Corporate Responsibility"

The Permanent Shakedown Left:

Business for Social Responsibility, a major promoter of the movement for "corporate social responsibility," held its annual meeting last week in Washington, D.C. The meeting brought together corporate insiders and activist outsiders who agreed on one thing: corporations are too greedy for-profits and should be forced to accept the rightful demands of labor unions, women, minorities, and environmentalists. That's the definition of corporate social responsibility, or CSR.