Definition of Big Business
What does the term "big business" mean? What is meant by the term "big business"?
The term "big business", which is usually used in a derisive fashion, collectively refers to the largest corporations in any country.
For instance, Google, Apple, Goldman Sachs and Wal-Mart would all be examples of "big business".
"Big business" finds itself constantly under fire from consumer groups, average citizens and watch groups for a large number of reasons, including:
1. Not paying their "fair share" of taxes.
2. Exploiting workers for larger profits.
3. Moving jobs offshore to save money.
4. Using their money to influence elections/votes.
5. Receiving unfair help from the government.
6. Paying out too much money to their top executives.
There is no question that "big business" has a monstrous impact on the lives of average citizens in the United States and other countries throughout the world.
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