VideoKent Hovind returned to Pensacola this week. He will be serving the last month of the sentence from his 2006 conviction in home confinement before beginning a three-year period of supervised release. There will be a homecoming party July 11. You’re invited and can check here for details. My hunch is […]
Monica the salesperson got into it with a customer and may have let loose with some choice language (nobody knows for sure). Sean the new Division President isn’t sure what to do — should he fire Monica for flying off the handle?
A £10 fine for patients who frequently miss NHS hospital appointments in Wales would be introduced by the Conservatives if they win power at next year’s assembly elections.
Most every company in business says it “strives to provide superior customer service,” or other words to that effect. (The exceptions are incredibly rare: a few delis that are legendary for their brusqueness, a few other companies with Soup N*zi-esque personas. But for the most part, we are all aiming […]
Keith Edwards post titled Gay marriage ruling, liberal activists, plus the IRS equals big trouble for ‘corporate’ Churches in American Thinker really intrigued me. His legal analysis is a little confused, but the issue he raises of whether religious organizations might have their exempt status challenged due to resistance to gay marriage […]
For at least the past decade, India has been a poster BRIC child with its calls to invest in the country in traditional senses – but domestic tech conglomerate Infosys’ recent struggles with a changing technological environment in India have led it to switch up their approach, by investing elsewhere.
What do you do when you’re stuck working for a scumbag boss? It happens to almost everyone at some point. Liz Ryan lays out a plan to follow
As we’re now gearing up for this year’s San Diego Comic Con, Activision have released a more combat and gameplay orientated trailer for the upcoming Transformers: Devastation.
Not only has the Chinese regulator specifically asked all listed companies to submit reports, within the next two days, on the measures they will take to prop up their shares, according to the 21st Centruy Business Herald; but, as we warned yesterday, Chinese police have begun a “nationwide action plan” to work with stock regulator CSRC to crack down on now ‘illegal’ stock and futures trading. As SCMP reports, police are checking who sold off Ping An and PetroChina stocks in last 30 minutes of trading July 8 while Government was buying to boost index… Who needs QE? This is worse, much worse…