corporate

The Power and Privilege Issue

Does Leveraging Whiteness in Corporate America Mean More Than Supporting Women of Color?

I spent a decade in corporate America learning that working with white women often meant learning how to work around them on my way up the next rung of the ladder. Here's what else I learned.
Minda Honey
10.21.18
Features

Six Artists Tell You How to Quit Your Corporate Job and Pursue Music

TOKiMONSTA, Anthony Parasole, and more offer their tips on leaving a nine to five for the dancefloor.
Will Caiger-Smith
7.13.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Hundreds of Walmart Employees Say They've Been Punished for Taking Sick Days

"I hate the fact we got to worry about getting fired because we caught the flu."
River Donaghey
6.2.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

United Settled with the Guy Dragged Off Its Plane

The airline also released an updated list of procedures Thursday, before announcing it had settled with David Dao for an undisclosed amount.
Lauren Messman
4.27.17
Country Coded

Japan is trying to stop death by overwork by passing a corporate stress test law

Milena Mikael-Debass
12.6.16
tech

Silicon Valley Is Soul-Sucking

The tech industry might look hip and young, but these photos by Matt Takaichi prove that working in Silicon Valley is just as mundane as working anywhere else.
Alison Stevenson
7.9.15
News

Burger King's Move North Isn't So Great for Canada

The King’s sudden interest in taking up Canadian citizenship has a lot to do with avoiding taxes through a process of “tax inversion,” and moving the fast-food giant north doesn’t mean more money for Canada.
Ishmael N. Daro
9.2.14
The Photo Issue 2014

From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: "Corporate Art Is Gross"

For this year's Photo Issue, Jamie Lee Curtis Taete installed some bland-looking pictures of gross stuff in corporate settings where they might pass as pleasant abstractions.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
7.21.14
Music

Hip-Hop Listening Parties Are Corny and Corporate

Over the past few years, the hip-hop listening event has transformed from an intimate way to share new music with eager listeners into an opportunity to push sneakers and booze on free-riding party people.
Lauren Schwartzberg
3.3.14
Stuff

Avoiding a Scientific Dark Age Is Going to Be Tricky

The trust people put in science has never been so high. But scientific research is constantly being compromised by corporate interests.
Nadim Maghzal
4.5.13
Question Of The Day

Question of the Day - What's the Most Evil Industry?

We were curious which industry is the most damaging. So we did whatever we do when we have a question about morality: We asked random strangers in New York City.
VICE Staff
8.22.12