The New York Times is not as diffident about the word stingy as many others are – this week it published an editorial headed: Are we Stingy? Yes.
When was the last time you saw a good Australian film? When was the last time you saw a poor New Zealand film?
One remarkable thing about the Gunns case against the greens and others is the amount of gratuitous advice all sides are getting.
There have been more US abortions in each year of the Bush administration than there were in each year of the Clinton administration.
Jackson Wells Morris Chairman, Keith Jackson, has encouraged crikey readers to visit the JWM website to see their updated client list rather than rely on Miscellany’s www.disinfopedia.com source.
While it may surprise many people, PR firms do have internal debates and debates with others about whether they should take on specific clients or not.
Two of the great paradoxes of our neo-liberal world are the tendency of the poorest voters to support right-wing parties and the Panglossian equanimity with which right wing governments’ economic problems are greeted.
Two of the most remarkable characteristics of the long stock market boom of the past decade or so have been the almost endemic presence of financial scandal and the persistent attempts by business leaders to claim that it’s all due to a “few bad apples” and should not lead to “over-regulation”.
Until yesterday the most famous alleged inducement to a Federal parliamentarian was the case of proto-Keynseian and newspaper and mining magnate, E.G.Theodore.
It is possible that we are currently witnessing one of the biggest single successful investment calls since George Soros and sterling.