(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[essay] Over the past 150 years, the company has gone from being a rarity to becoming the world's dominant financial institution. Today, companies control our lives. They decide what we eat, what we look at, what we wear, where we work and what we do. We are inevitably surrounded by their culture, symbols and ideology. And like the church and the monarchy in earlier times, they appear infallible and omnipotent, glorifying themselves with their monumental buildings and elaborate facades. The companies increasingly dictate the decisions of the government agencies that are set to control them, and they control sectors of society that were previously an undisputed part of it. . .
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