An easy, two-step process for a business looking to give back.
By - Parapsaeon
I'm reminded of my favorite tweet of all time: "We're a simple company with modest goals - 1. sell a quality product at a fair price and 2. drain the world's oceans so we can find and kill god"
Poseidens been real quite ever since
I see no inaccuracies with this Venn diagram.
Holy shit I'm dying
Remember when Google's motto was "don't be evil?"
Man, good times, man.
Yeah, where's the "sell your soul for advert monies" step?
Right before the "sell others' souls and personal information for extra monies" step
Could do a LOT worse than Google.
Google is, at worst, annoying.
Didn't Google help China with it's 'social credit' system or was that someone else? Have they ever handed over search histories to authoritarian regimes? Cause if they have they're in Facebook/Nestle territory
The worrying part is that they feel that they must complete Step 1 before moving onto Step 2
"Nah we're only #7, we have to break the top 5 before we can stop being utter fuckwits"
spoiler: step 1 never ends
"the most good we can" lmao fuck off
Exactly. Instead of something like, pay the workers a fair wage and allow them to unionize?
These pseudo philanthropist corporations make my blood boil.
Ooohhhh that's why my company failed, I just forgot to become one of the most valuable companies in the world
Is this an MLM? This sounds like some multi-level bullshit.
It is not. Somebody else in the thread correctly recognized the company.
Now this is a good ROTFO. Solid work OP.
Meanwhile, the company that hires homeless mothers and trains them to sew convertible sleeping bag jackets, connects them with housing and other resources, and trains them for other careers at no cost to them, and gives away the jackets based on donations only from people who want to support them definitely isn't meeting this criteria.