World's biggest seed supplier squeezing out competitors
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#1 Dec 19, 2009
Another "too big to fail" company? Break them up before they begin to extort the government like the banks did. These kinds of companys do not exist for the public good, they exist to satisfy the insatiable greed of their stockholders.
#2 Dec 21, 2009
Dang, I wish Teddy Rosevelt was still alive.
#4 Dec 26, 2009
Monsanto should be held accountable by law for threats to local farmers. Monsanto's behavior is egregious, and our forefathers would be ashamed of their activities against people working the land the way god intended.
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