My parents would disagree. They were clear from the time I could grasp life lessons that if it was not my property, it did not belong to me.
I could use that money a lot more than some mega corporation can, as far as I'm concerned.
Who in their right mind would think that ethical decisions should apply to an absolute rather than a situational consideration? To me it's funny how people are saying their parents raised them right and all that garbage. In the case of getting extra change, that's one thing, but to act as if there's a universal ethical "Truth" or "honesty" is, imo, dumb.
A good parent would teach their child reflexivity, and how to properly contextualize each moral quandary. Sometimes selfishness and dishonesty are much better for a person, and the idea of some absolute 'greater good' seems medieval
There is no greater good in my position, but that seems to be inherent in your big evil corporation construct. I go with honesty and integrity across the board.