Forget “The Big Shift.” Here Comes “The Big Shakeout”

Many businesses — meaning many bosses — want employees back in the office. Millennials make up the largest cohort in the workforce. What if they won’t go? Millennials: Numerous, Demanding, and Distrustful 40%-75% Of the Workforce Millennials comprise persons born roughly from 1981-1995. (Some date ranges start as early as 1978; some go as late…

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Liar’s Chess: Exposing India’s Slumdog Billionaire

Nikhil Kamath, India’s youngest billionaire, cheated in a charity chess match. What else about his life story and wealth is built on lies? Slumdog Billionaire Self-made superstar In 2000, a 14-year-old Nikhil Kamath, the son of a bank manager and music teacher, dropped out of school and got a job. In 2010, he co-founded Zerodha,…

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Oprah Vs Queen Elizabeth II

The BBC forged documents and lied to obtain a 1995 interview with Princess Diana, then covered it up. But that scandal is just the undercard. Get ready for Oprah v. The Queen. Fake News, British Style A serious breach of BBC Guidelines on straight dealing British judge Lord Dyson issued a damning reporting of BBC…

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Exxon And ESG Investing: Who’s Greenwashing Whom? 4 Key Questions

By 2025, ESG investing may account for $53 trillion, or 1/3, of assets under management. Here are four key questions for combatting the greenwashing this much money will inevitably encourage. 1 – Does ESG Investing Generate Higher Intrinsic Returns To Investors? ESG investing values environmental, social, and governance factors in addition to pure financial returns.…

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