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In Good Company

Have corporations lost touch with consumers?

by Staff

Published: August 16, 2008

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Visitor Comments: 3

(3) Dvirah, September 1, 2008 11:15 AM

Excellent Questions...No Answers

Yes, "Mr. Foreman"'s questions are excellent. And clearly his CEO did not have any answers. This looks like an example of compartmentalized thinking on the CEO's part: the holding of contradictory or even mutually exclusive views simultaneously in such a way as to hide the contradiction or incompatibility from oneself. It allows a person to act in a fashion contradictory to his/her professed values without awareness of the hypocrisy!

(2) Shaul, August 20, 2008 8:05 AM


I support my family working at an outsourced job for an American company in Israel, and I say of the CEO who decided to open up work here, G-D BLESS HIM!

(1) Anonymous, August 19, 2008 8:08 AM


Not only out of touch with the consumers--but because of 'out-sourcing'--they have put THEIR PERSONAL 'bottom line' ($$$$!!) before loyalty to their OWN COUNTRY (whichever it may be) & my personal opinion is that 'out-sourcing' should be considered an act of TREASON !!

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