Corporations do not exist for any altruistic purpose; the directors of corporations are there to make money for the shareholders and, despite lipservice to the contrary, incentives and pressures within a corporation are generally designed to achieve that single objective. Consequently, on occasions, in pursuit of this singular corporate measure of achievement, a cultural momentum is created that b...
Paperback: 372 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (October 3, 2007)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
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“Crude JusticeIf ever you wanted a book to keep you enthralled on a cold winters evening sitting snuggly by a fire then Crude Justice is the book for you. This is a book that entraps you from the first moment you meet Maureen Harvey in the Prologue; ...”
eaches the boundaries of morality. Crude Justice (published by AuthorHouse) is a serious novel in which Eamon Brandon has used media reports of actual events to construct a plausible behind the scenes scenario of this corporate life-force.Crude Justice tells the story of a company executive, Ed Brant, relentlessly driven to prove himself in the murky world of the global oil business. He soon finds that the unspoken rules of corporate life require uncompromising compliance and unquestioning support for whatever will bolster and sustain financial success.Drawn into the world-altering goals of Global Oil - a monster that is now his master - Brant continually struggles to assuage his innate sense of morality by rationalizing its ruthless strategies and finally its unconscionable and plundering, state-sponsored ambitions in the Middle East.The process robs him of all decent human relationships, and almost his life, before he sees that the restoration of the 'deposits' in the 'emotional bank accounts' that he has so thoughtlessly squandered is the greatest prize and the toughest challenge of his life.