all the things (from e-mails, newsletters to speeches) corporate authorities, especially CEOs, are telling or sending to their employees - very general information, full of cheap marketing and really poor PR slogans, often describing bad things (e.g.closing of the factory in one city/country and moving it another where the cost are low) with nice words (development and cost-saving initiative)
Paul: I heard our CEO had a speech yesterday.
Charlie: Yeah, usual corpocrap.
Paul: Right... we are loosing our jobs and he's telling us about what the company will get when it moves to China.
作者 KurtSteinerPL 2011年9月05日

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