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[snip] Corporations may rule the world, but not the same ones. Anne Dumas at washingtonpost.com: "19 of today's 25 largest U.S. companies didn't exist four decades ago."

[snip] "You can be a convicted corporate criminal and still have a robust future," reports Russell Mokhiber, editor of the "Corporate Crime Reporter," pointing out that 9 of the 30 Dow Jones Industrial companies have rap sheets: 3M, Alcoa, Boeing, Exxon Mobil, General Electric, General Motors, Merck, Pfizer, and United Technologies Corporation.

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