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Goldman Sachs and the mystery of ‘revolving door’ bonuses

Would you prefer bankers to be doing “God’s work,”—how Lloyd Blankfein described the role of banks in 2009—or the government’s? And if a banker does government work, is he also, somehow, doing God’s work, and therefore deserves celestial pay? 784 more words


Rules for Rebelion

Rules for Rebellion

1)Corporate media will reflect views approved and
created by the dominant financial power.

2)Corporate media will always heighten racial
animosity because perceived racial inequality… 372 more words


Why is Apple's Tim Cook the only openly gay CEO of a major US firm?

”It’s pretty startling that among the chief executives of the 500 biggest US companies only one, Tim Cook of Apple, is openly gay,” Ben Morris reports for BBC News. 300 more words


Russian memorial to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dismantled after CEO Tim Cook announces he's gay

”A memorial to Apple Inc founder Steve Jobs has been dismantled in the Russian city of St Petersburg after the man who succeeded him at the helm of the company, Tim Cook, came out as gay,” Katya Golubkova reports for Reuters. 384 more words


Apple investors don't care that Tim Cook is gay

”Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that he is gay,” Gene Munster and Doug Clinton, analysts at Piper Jaffray, write via CNBC. “It may seem strange to have Wall Street analysts weigh in on such a personal topic and we recognize that the announcement is bigger than shares of AAPL. 322 more words


Goldman Sachs CEO: Apple's Tim Cook coming out as gay 'will resonate powerfully'

”Tim Cook’s declaration on Thursday that ‘I’m proud to be gay’ made him the first publicly gay chief executive of a Fortune 500 company,” James B. 361 more words