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Growing up in Montreal in the 1970s, he was especially taken with science fiction books like Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?—in which sentient robots created by a megacorporation have gone rogue.
The other mission was much more involved, tasking us with crossing the city to talk to a mysterious agent—who turned out to be part of Militech, a megacorporation.
And more could pursue this route as Wall Street’s performance demands and technological disruption make the top job at megacorporations less hospitable.
The megacorporation's huge footprint means it's long been a major target for protests that call out its questionable labor practices, spotty record on the environment, and reliance on suppliers animal rights groups say treat their livestock cruelly.
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: an extremely large and powerful corporation
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