Tag Archives: bankster

It’s all starting to connect…

We know that psychopathy is common among banksters and their ilk. We don’t yet know about the psychiatric state of those who invented and develop accreditation. We do know the stress induced in innocent employees by pointless and obsessive inspection … Continue reading

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Mythbusting sports products

The BMJ has a series of articles debunking sports drinks and athletic paraphernalia. So widely advertised.  So widely believed by those that think they need them.  The science behind the marketing claims is of low quality. “This evidence and the finding … Continue reading

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An investment in caring

Cherie Blair is touring the countryside in a chauffeur-driven car. Suddenly, a cow jumps out into the road, they hit it full on and the car comes to a stop. Cherie, in her usual charming manner, says to the chauffeur: … Continue reading

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Rebooting management?

“A programmer can re-program a computer. No one can reprogram a society. Those who try are first called revolutionaries, then tyrants, and finally failures.” Americans promulgated the MBA-style management errors measuring everything against profit. Britons countered with command-and-control policies and … Continue reading

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The bloodsuckers’ next bubble

The finance industry gets its blood meals from a succession of bubbles driven by its victims’ greed.   Each lasts a few years.  Victims seldom spot the next one. Endowment mortgages… Emerging Markets… Building Society demutualisations… Zero-dividend preference shares… DotCom … Continue reading

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