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Book – Arash Recovery

Reblogged fromArash Recovery: I could not be more thrilled, excited, proud (and relieved) to announce the publish of my book, “Little Big Steps – A Life-Changing Injury and the Inspirational Journe…

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North Korea: Nuclear War at ‘any moment.’

Pyongyang’s deputy UN ambassador says his country is aware of a ‘secret operation’ to remove the North’s leadership. Source: North Korea: Nuclear war may break out at ‘… 12 more words


China & the Lewis Turning Point

According to the Financial Times, China’s boom has peaked and opportunities are drying up. This short video is well made and includes interesting interviews with Chinese factory workers who’re heading home or contemplating such a move and with a Vietnamese worker who went to China. 14 more words

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Dangote speaks on Business,reveals success secret

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, has revealed the secret of his business success: self-sufficiency and backward integration, a manufacturing strategy that extracts value from entire processes. 328 more words


Charity Commission covers up re-submission of accounts by Lord Lee's charity

  1. On 22 August 2017, I revealed that regulator the Charity Commission was going to instruct charity The Lee And Bakirgian Family Trust (registered charity number: 1046940) to re-submit its latest accounts “in the correct format”.

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Free markets are a general good but they need someone looking beyond instant gratification to the wider consequences because the bottom line is consumers are like children.

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The New Yorker hired her in 1945 from a left-leaning New York daily called PM, and she quickly carved out a role as a journalistic fly on the wall par excellence, relying so heavily on quotations that James Thurber called her “the girl with the built-in tape recorder”.

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