Queensland cops swoop over alleged myTax fraud
- Philip Whiteman using a new company called ZZZ Accounting to advise clients
Mining companies' links with politicians 'susceptible to corruption
I’m typing this in a nearly silent coworking space. All of us here at HBR are intently focused on our computer screens. The tap-tap of our fingers on keyboards, occasional rustle of paper, and clink of a coffee mug landing on a desk are the sounds of work. Look into our screens, though, and you often see a noisy, sometimes raucous place. We’re commenting on news stories, checking on projects, sharing photos of kids and cats, and flagging work problems. Looking around my office, I’m considering how connected I really am with my colleagues. Is this kind of interaction enough? Are we actually feeling isolated or lonely, staring at our screens?
Wealth Inequality Is Higher Than Ever Jacobin
Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2017. OECD, 28 Sep 2017.
“The publication is produced by the OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme based on official statistics. The 2017 edition features a new trends chapter, which also introduces recent developments related to the emergence of the “gig economy” and the use of digital tools by micro-enterprises.”
Will Capitalism and Democracy Survive? Ian Welsh
Why Swedish troops just finished their biggest war games in 23 years The Economist
Bachelor 'love rat' reveals whether he will join spin-off
- Kimberly Clausing (Reed College) (testimony)
- Itai Grinberg (Georgetown) (testimony)
- Stephen E. Shay (Harvard) (testimony)
- Bret Wells (Houston) (testimony)
Power can be intoxicating or sit heavily on one’s shoulders. But it is without doubt a significant force in society, at work, and in governments. (Kellogg Insight)