Mon 23rd January 2012, 6:43pm
QUOTE(thekohser @ Mon 23rd January 2012, 1:26pm)
Thanks to one editor in 2008 using zero sources
, the Carhartt company is now firmly associated across the web
with the phrase: "they run their operations like they were non-unionized plants
I have no stake in this issue, but it certainly seems to me that this sort of thing going unsourced for over three years is not showcasing the pride of Wikipedia.
And no one cares to remove unsourced (Is that a word? I guess that with Wikipedia, the creation of such a word
was deemed necessary) material from the article; they simply tag it and leave it to rot. Also take a look at the following discussion:http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=...nt_corporations
Living persons could protect themselves from unsourced statements in their Wikipedia biographies, but businesses can't.