Corporate culture destroys real individuality, demands more conformity, and the mindless pursuit of wealth, and is not at all 'family friendly'; there is practically no difference between a corporate drone and a Stalinist era Communist Party member re labor viewpoints; all values is on economic service to the 'company'. Certainly morals take a distant place in the list of priorities, with the exception one is not supposed to lie to the 'company'; lying to customers and the like is encouraged more often than not, of course. Massive consumption is supposed to be a substitute outlet, and one's 'value' is determined by 'the marketplace'. You don't have to buy it; it exists, and as moral standards and values decline, it becomes more and more prevalent; the poor merely 'follow the leader' in culture wars, they don't innovate independently, just via a smaller set of options available to them than for Burb Brats. Consumption is supposed to alleviate all ills. And that is true on both wings of the 'culture wars'. Marxism and big business get along great, as long as the Marxists keep those uppity proles in line and working those 14 hour days 7 days a week for 2 cents an hour, less the usual fines for things like going to the toilet or getting sick.