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World's Largest Money Manager Says Liberals' Favorite Economic Theory Is 'Garbage'

The U.S. federal budge deficit is about to reach $1 trillion. But according to believers in the Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), such as freshman Congresswoman… 477 more words

Blackrock

A Planning Application Has Been Submitted To An Bord Pleanála for 294 Residential Units In Blackrock

A planning application has been submitted for a residential development of 294 residential units Temple Hill, Monkstown, Blackrock.

The proposed development shall provide for a new residential scheme of 294 residential units (ranging from 1 – 8 storeys in height) in a combination of new apartment buildings; the conversion and re-use of ‘St. 491 more words

Planning News

Trust in Value

A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.
Oscar Wilde (Lady Windermere’s Fan, 1892)

Are you a cynic?  414 more words

Adelaide Fringe 2019: various

Friday night 22 Feb

Bennett, Bowtell and Urquhart at Trinity Sessions. The closer you get to blue grass the more musicians don’t like stopping. These guys are alt-country and their current hit is at the expense of their last. 740 more words

Theatre

Shareholder activism is on the rise, but companies are fighting back - CNN

VEA Vice Chair Nell Minow is quoted in a CNN story about shareholder activism and the way corporate executives are pushing back, including the fake front groups ACCF and Main Street Investors Coalition. 228 more words

Activism

Από την Artume και την BlackRock, στη Hines για το χώρο Μουζάκη

Οριστικά παρελθόν είναι η Artume ΑΕ από την Ακαδημία Πλάτωνος. Ένας από τους δημοσιογράφους που έγραφαν “για τη μεγάλη επένδυση των 300 εκατ. ευρώ στην Ακαδημία Πλάτωνος”, αποφεύγοντας να καταγράψει τα οικονομικά στοιχεία της εταιρείας, προ ημερών ανέφερε πως “πριν από λίγες εβδομάδες, η Hines προχώρησε και σε μια κίνηση-έκπληξη 79 more words

Νέα

BlackRock CEO promotes corporate “purpose”: should corporations step into the governmental vacuum?

In this year’s annual letter to CEOs, BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink once again advocates the importance of a long-term approach, at the same time mourning the prevalence of political dysfunction and acknowledging the resulting increase in public anger and frustration: “some of the world’s leading democracies have descended into wrenching political dysfunction, which has exacerbated, rather than quelled, this public frustration. 1,602 more words

Corporate Governance