What happens when a poet who writes about fame becomes famous? Eileen Myles, renegade outsider, is now an insider. Welcome to the hall of mirrors... Surface of Cold River
Business Insider, 19/2/16. The translation app now covers 103 languages, it announced on Wednesday — 99% of the total online population Google is a hair's breadth away from being able to translate the entire internet
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& Sons by David Gilbert ... " slice of red neon that seemed forever reflected in [Cold River] rainwater."
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Jack Townsend, Tax Court Holds FBAR Penalty Collected Is Not in the $2,000,000 Threshold for Whistleblower Award under § 7623(b)
The SEC doesn’t release the names of its whistleblowers but Hunsader alerted the media himself to his award in order to silence critics and one particular executive at the New York Stock Exchange who had, heretofore, disparaged in public Hunsader’s allegations about the NYSE’s discriminatory dissemination of market data in order to benefit high frequency traders.
FTI Journal, Nov 2015. Risk management tends to focus on country specific risks — natural disasters, things that could go “boom,” changes in the political landscape that could affect a company’s security arrangements or its ability to operate within a specific regulatory regime. But geopolitical risk is different. Even a regional conflict between two nations may not result in a geopolitical risk for an entity, especially if the conflict is contained. But other — seemingly remote political, economic or social — events can create a cascading series of responses and counter-responses that may lead to adverse impacts on a company’s business operations.
International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol. 7, No. 9; 2015. This paper aims at providing a review of the factors that determine taxpayer compliance from a social marketing point of view.
"Feds want convicted journalist to serve 5 years, his lawyers ask for no prison time; DOJ: 40-minute hack was 'an online version of urging a mob to smash the presses.'" Cyrus Farivar of Ars Technica has this report