Corporate Crime

December 27, 1996


Russell Mokhiber

Editor of the Corporate Crime Reporter, a weekly newsletter on big bad businesses.

The FBI reports that corporate crime costs the country more than $200 billion a year, or 50 times as much as burglary and robbery combined. And more than twice the number of people die from job-related causes than homicide. Each year, the Multinational Monitor publishes a list of the top ten worst corporations and the journalist who investigates and compiles that list joins us now:

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