The Onion on the corporate world.

I’m not sure how to title this one, since their own title is long but perfect: Report: Whites More Likely To Be Named CEOs Than Equally Sociopathic Black Candidates.

“Our data shows that when white megalomaniacs and black megalomaniacs contend for the highest corporate positions in the U.S., the latter are routinely passed over,” said the report’s lead author, Sandra Norwood, pointing to dozens of recent instances in which African-American individuals who had proven track records of undermining their colleagues’, employees’, and shareholders’ interests in order to further their own selfish ambitions were not even offered an interview for a company’s top seat. “Vindictive, unscrupulous blacks simply aren’t granted these leadership opportunities, despite possessing the same willingness to maximize short-term profit by eliminating health insurance benefits for part-time employees or commit accounting fraud in order to inflate the value of their personal stock options.”

2 thoughts on “The Onion on the corporate world.

  1. jigenryu778 December 15, 2015 at 02:55 Reply

    My country’s politics are a freakin’ joke and an incredibly lame one. I absolutely hate being here and that having to share my identity with these a-holes. If people are not going to show mutual respect to each other and treat each other the way they want to be treated in return, then I refuse to pay any mind to our so-called founding principles.

  2. Independent Radical December 16, 2015 at 17:24 Reply

    I would have titled it “The Onion on Mainstream Anti-Racism Activism” since that seems to be what they are mainly mocking, but it does also shine a light on the corporate world.

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