May 21, 2010

Why is it that, in every corporate "information" session with the public or media, the person designated to field the questions never seems to have the answers to any of the important ones? Are corporate information sessions intended to provide actual information relevant to the public interest, or to consist only of the specific line of information the corporation wishes to promote?

What would happen if all corporate Q&A sessions with the public were to commence with this question?

(In some locations, legislation is beginning to be passed which requires the release of all research prior to allowing a new drug on the market. Previously, the business was able to release only the particular studies which happened to show a significant positive result, regardless of how many other in-house studies had shown little or no result, or even negative results.)

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