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‘It’s an act of moral cowardice!’ Julia attacks Labour MP for not opposing government Covid measures

RadioTalk | youtube.com Julia Hartley-Brewer has questioned “what is the point” of the Labour Party being in opposition to the government if they “don’t oppose” and abstain their vote on coronavirus restrictions. Read More: ‘It’s an act of moral cowardice!’ … Continue reading

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“It’s Really Bad” – Almost One-Third Of Small Businesses In NY, NJ Have Closed

Zero Hedge | zerohedge.com Here comes the next recession as nearly one-third of small businesses in New York and New Jersey remain closed since the virus pandemic began earlier this year. The NYPost outlines small business data from Opportunity Insights and New Jersey Business … Continue reading

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Blockbuster Report Reveals How Biden Family Was Compromised By China

Zero Hedge | zerohedge.com In a day when half the US population remained transfixed by the ongoing revelations about the contents of Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” and the other half was doing everything in its power to ignore the … Continue reading

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The Surveillance Economy

IRL | irlpodcast.org In her new book, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, Harvard Business School’s Shoshana Zuboff argues that tech companies — like Google and Facebook — collect so much personal data for profit, that they’re changing the fundamentals of … Continue reading

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“Do Business Schools Incubate Criminals?”

Yves Smith Naked Capitalism Luigi Zingales, who teaches at the University of Chicago’s business school, had an op-ed in Bloomberg provocatively titled “Do Business Schools Incubate Criminals?” He argues that business schools are “partly to blame” for the decline in … Continue reading

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Achieving A Single View Of The Citizen

James Orr gov.aol.com Citizens rely on numerous critical services from the public sector. Delivering these services in a cohesive way involves uniting a diverse base of people, processes, systems and agencies. The first step to bridging this “information divide” involves … Continue reading

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Lenovo CEO gives his $3 million bonus to line workers and other lower-level employees

Kevin Smith Business Insider The CEO of Lenovo Yang Yuanqing has done something unusual among his CEO counterparts. Yuanqing distributed his $3 million bonus among the company’s 10,000 lower level workers. ZDNet reports that, “the ‘Yuanqing rewards’ averaged out at 2,000 … Continue reading

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Businesses forced to dump carbon tax hike on customers

Simon Benson and Steve Lewis The Daily Telegraph SMALL business owners, farmers and home renovators are among those already feeling the effect of the carbon tax as prices soar just two weeks after the scheme was introduced. In one of … Continue reading

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IBM unveils chips that mimic the human brain

Source: Computing.co.uk IBM has unveiled a new experimental computer chip that it says mimics the human brain in that it perceives, acts and even thinks. It terms the machines built with these chips “cognitive computers”, claiming that they are able … Continue reading

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Monsanto’s history marred by scandal

RTAmerica The Monsanto corporation makes their money by producing man-made crops, but the company behind some controversial GMOs isn’t spared from scandals. RT’s Abby Martin discusses with Liz Wahl Monsanto’s sordid past and their often untold history with America’s agriculture … Continue reading

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