Like describing water to a fish.
“Neoliberalism sees competition as the defining characteristic of human relations. It redefines citizens as consumers, whose democratic choices are best exercised by buying and selling, a process that rewards merit and punishes inefficiency. It maintains that “the market” delivers benefits that could never be achieved by planning.”
Eric Lundgren is obsessed with recycling electronics. His Chatsworth company, IT Asset Partners, processes more than 41 million pounds of e-waste each year and counts IBM, Motorola and Sprint among its clients. But an idea he had to prolong the life of personal computers could land him in prison.
The toxic and criminal operation that helped bring us the mortgage crisis, that lead the nation in home foreclosures, and that has a business model of fraudulently signing up retail customers to fee-bearing accounts they never wanted is making the news again.
Wells Fargo is a corrupt and toxic organization. Anybody who still does business there deserves what they get.
If it was a bar instead of a giant bank, it be the kind of bar that serves minors and has brawls, and city council would have shut it down as a public safety threat.