This is really quite glorious as a display of sheer naked chutzpah. The labour unions have been, as one would expect them to have been, very strong supporters of the Fight for $15 movement, that group and campaign organising to impose a $15 an hour minimum wage around the country. […]
Focus on vice-president raises fears ahead of next year’s elections
There’s two parts to this: we can now show that rising US inequality in wages and incomes is not being caused by the way in which Chief Executive pay has soared over the recent decades. Rather, it’s the way in which pay has diverged between companies, not within them. This […]
The power alliance fell apart in 2011 when Blazer informed Sepp Blatter that Jack Warner had acted as a willing go-between FIFA Presidential candidate Mohammed bin Hammam, brown bags full of money and certain soccer leaders from the CONCACAF nations.
Macau’s biggest casinos plan to invest $25bn in hotels and casinos over the next two years, despite a plunge in gambling revenues.
China’s yuan may become a global reserve currency this year – Bank of America’s Claudio Piron explains why that’s important.
Growth in the Philippine economy slowed in the first quarter of the year to its lowest annual pace since 2011.
I’ve had occasion over the last year to write about digital supply chain security more than a few times (1, 2, 3). There are the aspects of outsourcing helpdesk functions, code development, millions of interconnects with partners. There is no shortage to how wide the attack surface for your organization can […]
It was with some trepidation that I went to see the Whitney Museum of Art’s new downtown home at Gansevoort and West Street, just south of West 14th Street in what was once Manhattan’s meatpacking district by day; home of several notorious sex clubs at night. I was concerned that […]