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Tattoos In The Workplace

So ITV raised a debate about tattoos today with the following:

“Should you be allowed to have your tattoos on display in the workplace?

Student teacher Charlotte Tumilty made headlines after she was sent home from school because her arms, neck and fingers had tattoos on them.

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Pyongyang on the Potomac

In the past two months, North Korean despot Kim Jung-un disappeared and reappeared.  And earlier this week, the U.S. government sought bids on a potential government contract.  598 more words

Obama Administration

Ambush marketing

Ambush marketing is defined as  —refers to the direct efforts of one party to weaken or attack a competitor’s official association with a sports organization acquired through the payment of sponsorship fees.  434 more words

How The Fed Blew Its Most Important Job For Over Three Years

Transparency, audits, regulatory powers and accountability; all these are necessary ingredients that we have to demand of our finance industry. We have the right to demand that our lawmakers hold Wall Street to a specific moral code because despite what the finance industry seems to think, they do not exist in a vacuum. 212 more words

Day 11

“I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. 620 more words


The Current Approach to Management of Risk Will Always Fall Short

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal carried a story: “Fed Tells Banks to Shape Up or Break Up.”. Even though the story does not specifically talk about the financial risk, it implies that banks are not doing enough to address regulators’ concerns. 225 more words

Extreme-Tail Risk

Mandatory Compliance Programs Are Coming

Does your medical practice or healthcare entity have a compliance program in place?  If not, the organization could be at significant risk of violating relevant healthcare laws, even just through inadvertence.  718 more words