Let’s Stop Maximizing Profit And Start Maximizing Value – Business Insider The problem in the American economy right now is not that there isn’t enough investment capital. There’s plenty of it. (There’s so much of it, in fact, that some companies don’t even know what to do with it: Witness the massive cash mountains building [...]
The Cause Of Riots And The Price of Food | MIT Technology Review If we don’t reverse the current trend in food prices, we’ve got until August 2013 before social unrest sweeps the planet, say complexity theorists
Did You Know? The Future Is Better Than You Think! – YouTube.
The entire Chinese economy has been captured by looters who conceal their crimes behind fraudulent reporting. Like their corporate brethren,they rely on fraud to continue the Communist Ponzi System. Chinese fraudulent economic data is hiding the scale of the slowdown and this is becoming evident right across the economy. In an astounding example of Chinese [...]
What if… 1) The bank has had a margin call behind the scenes or it simply has gotten to the end of available resources? This would mean the bank is technically bankrupt, and only a few days away from announcing it publicly -perhaps blaming the computer problem as the event that caused its demise. 2) [...]
As I said in my latest presentation about the future, our need for transparency + access to instant information drive corruption out of the system, for corruption can only thrive in systems where information is not openly shared. This is a huge development with great implications, and one of the reasons why I am optimistic [...]
“The End of the World as We Know It” by Dani Rodrik | Project Syndicate.
“Whether it’s the PirateBay blocking, the CCDP snooper’s charter, or the latest idea for a porn morality filter, it seems like traditional parties just don’t get it – and people are starting to realize that you can’t just ignore this stuff, it really does have an impact on freedoms, civil liberties and innovation. That’s why [...]
Financial crisis? It’s a pyramid, stupid.: Has Cameron killed the City? However, sadly, it seems so British and so unsurprising. In the 1970′s the British heavy industries refused to adopt to a changing world: first signs of globalisation. They put a pressure on the British government to subsidise them with taxpayers money and keep them [...]keep looking »