Old photographs can be seductive. You stare at images frozen in time, intrigued – willing them to give up their secrets, reveal the mysteries of distant moments, tell stories of past endeavours, past lives. 186 more words
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Of Job Security, Personal Dignity, and Efficiency Wages: ASCSA Trustee Fred Crawford and his Corporate Philosophy
Recently on the financial page of The New Yorker (February 9, 2015) staff writer James Surowiecki published “A Fair Day’s Wage,” an article about the decision by Aetna, one of the largest U.S. 1,961 more words
Like most, growing up I had uncles: Giulio, Ernie, Emil, Teddy and Bob.
And then there was Uncle Cy, the uncle who paid the bills, kept us in medical insurance, sent me, my sister and brother to college, and gave my father the generous retirement plan most workers now have to engineer for themselves. 603 more words