Ralph Lauren 25% Off

— Mon, 5th April 2010 —

Forgot to stock up on S/S during last year’s end-of-season sales? Then, Tuesday through Monday — 4/6-4/12 — get to any Ralph Lauren location for 25% off most everything. Also, 10% of proceeds from the sale is supposed to go to the United Way Worldwide Disaster Fund. Online, use promo code GIVERL. [Madison Avenue Spy]

RL – 1055 Madison At 80th – 212-434-8000 (Temp.) – Map

RL – 867 Madison btwn 71st & 72nd – 212-606-2100 – Map
RL SoHo – 379 W Broad. btwn Spring & Broome – 212-625-1660 – Map
RRL Nolita – 31 Prince at Mott – 212-343-0841 – Map
RL Men’s – 381 Bleecker btwn Perry & Charles – 646-638-0684 – Map
RRL Bleecker – 390 Bleecker btwn 11th & Perry – 212-462-4390 – Map
Rugby Store – 99 University Pl. at 12th St – 212-677-1895 – Map

  1. 824BloweThis is a good example of the seen and the usneen. You have made the assumption that few or no businessmen would have opened a business in the mid eighteenth century if not for corporate law. You see history and two concurrent events and you assume one happened because of the other. You do not see what would have happened if corporate law limiting liability had not come into effect at that time. You don’t know that businesses wouldn’t have opened for fear of great personal loss. Do not forget that corporate law wasn’t the only change that was happening at the time. This was also the dawn of the industrial revolution and many industries were experiencing a great boom. Are you suggesting that this would not have happened if not for a change in corporate law? What evidence do you cite for this opinion? I’m not entirely certain, but I’m pretty sure that most small businesses did not incorporate back then, so I don’t believe your assertion is correct. Corporate law was put in place back then to protect the elite, not the common folk, and I would assert that the boom happened because there was more opportunity due to an increase in production capacity due to technology, not as a result of politicians passing laws. I would assert that if corporate law had not been put into place we would have likely seen a more efficient marketplace take the place of the old and more nimble small businesses outpacing and taking the profits of the larger, more cumbersome businesses of the elite, knocking them from their seats of power and replacing them with smaller, more efficient, and more accountable businesses. Corporate law makes it more difficult to get into business, and hence limits the possibilities and choices of the consumer. Celebrate it all you want, but in my humble opinion we have no idea what kind of world we would have today if such laws hadn’t been put into place, but we can certainly see how things have turned out due to these laws and the corporatist/fascist politics that have developed due to them.24

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