Corporations Must Punish The Right To Prove They're Woke

Editorial | Scott Greer
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: "Tony the Tiger" celebrates the Kellogg Company's acquisition of the Keebler Foods Company by joining New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso (2nd from L), Kellogg Chairman and CEO Carlos Gutierrez (2nd from R), and Keebler CEO Sam Reed (R) on the bell podium at the start of the trading day 27 March 2001. Kellogg's, the world's largest producer of cereal, recently acquired Keebler, the second largest producer of crackers and cookies in the U.S. HENNY RAY ABRAMS/AFP/Getty Images

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Opinion | Scott Greer
Starbucks Chief Executive Howard Schultz speaks during the company's annual shareholder's meeting in Seattle, Washington March 18, 2015. Starbucks Corp will begin offering delivery in New York City and Seattle later this year, when it also plans to expand mobile order and pay services across the United States. REUTERS/David Ryder

Corporate America has declared itself the voice of public morality

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Business | Peter Hasson
The GoDaddy banner hangs outside of the New York Stock Exchange as the website hosting service makes its initial public offering (IPO) on April 1, 2015. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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