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Basquiat and Warhol’s ‘intimate friendship’ explored in Young Vic drama

The Observer 24 Nov 2021
It promised to be a knockout exhibition, with both artists wearing boxing gloves on the poster. But the eagerly anticipated 1985 show of joint works by old master Andy Warhol and bright new star Jean-Michel Basquiat was thumped by critics when it opened in New York ... Rodgers and Hammerstein. cosy box-office bankers or radical trailblazers?. Read more ... .

Former boss Vittorio Radice linked with Central Group bid for Selfridges

The Times/The Sunday Times 12 Nov 2021
A Thai retail group is working with bankers on a potential bid for Selfridges that could mark the return of Vittorio Radice, who ran the British department ...

Ex-Bank of England boss Mark Carney warns climate zealots: 'We can't just flip a switch ...

The Daily Mail 30 Oct 2021
Carney's own shift from banker to climate change adviser might seem radical, but he was warning about the risks while at the Bank of England ... The Harvard and Oxford-educated banker became the first non-Brit to govern the Bank of England when he was appointed in 2013, during which time he clamped down on banks in the wake of the financial crisis.

What if Occupy became a worldwide rebellion?

Dissident Voice 28 Oct 2021
The fantastic nature of the encounter gives way to a realism only a radical professor of economics could provide ... In 2015, given his reputation, he was appointed the Greek Finance Minister in the left-wing government and tried to negotiate with EU bankers a favorable financial settlement of Greek debt.

How Bitcoin Fits Ivan Illich's Vision For The Future

Bitcoin Magazine 23 Oct 2021
In so doing, we commodify core aspects of our once-social being, and we cede individual and communal capacity to vast institutions with increasingly “radical monopolies” over the services they render and goals they claim to serve ... It comes to strangle and replace — to radically monopolize — all other forms of learning.

Most of Ohio’s Republican U.S. Senate candidates decline to follow Trump’s lead in seeking to ...

Cleveland 13 Oct 2021
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio’s Republican leading U.S. Senate candidates largely have been in lockstep with former President Donald Trump ... Senate Republicans, a job he’s held since 2007 ... McConnell understands that the Senate is the last line of defense against far-left Democrats and their radical agenda,” said Gibbons, a Cleveland investment banker ... ....

Spectacle of terror: the invisible hand

Open Democracy 27 Sep 2021
... investment banker is kidnapped by a Pakistani political group led by an imam. The imam, who has been progressively radicalized by deepening corruption in Pakistani society, puts the banker to work to manipulate the markets to raise funds for the organization’s social welfare wing.

Digital currencies pave way for deeply negative interest rates

Live Mint 09 Sep 2021
They should ask two questions. Will the Federal Reserve issue a digital dollar? And will it eventually replace physical bank notes? ... Resistance from politicians and the public would make policy makers cautious about such radical policies, and some central bankers already worry about the side effects from prolonged periods of negative rates. But as Mr.

Splinters: September 2021 – sallies into the here & now

Open Democracy 02 Sep 2021
... investment banker is kidnapped by a Pakistani political group led by an imam. The imam, who has been progressively radicalized by deepening corruption in Pakistani society, puts the banker to work to manipulate the markets to raise funds for the organization’s social welfare wing.

How America Fractured Into 4 Parts

The Atlantic 08 Jun 2021
In spirit they were more radical than conservative. No compromise with Social Security administrators and central bankers! Death to Keynesian fiscal policy! ... The descendants of Jefferson’s yeoman farmers, with their desire for independence, became sturdy car-company executives and investment bankers yearning to breathe free of big government.

Bankers’ Hours column: Banking changed in 1985

Post Independent 24 May 2021
I recently read of the woes of Credit Suisse, the Swiss banking behemoth with a planetwide presence, which recently received a devastating one-two punch ... We bankers are no different than anybody else ... bankers. And then there was the direct investment concept, a radical reworking of those old Victorian-age thrift rules ... … ...   ... Bankers’ Hours column ... ..

Goldman Sachs: banks benefit from trainees who think they must be superhuman to measure up

The Conversation 23 Mar 2021
Supertrainee! PKPix The working conditions at leading investment bank Goldman Sachs are “inhumane” and “abusive”, according to a group of junior bankers who work there ... Neither are the Goldman junior bankers demanding a radical change ... coin to the complaints of the junior bankers.

55 influential business and leadership books that can instantly boost your management skills

Business Insider 23 Mar 2021
Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success" by William N ... So wrong that a chimpanzee choosing answers at random will consistently outguess teachers, journalists, Nobel laureates, and investment bankers ... 'Radical Candor' by Kim Scott ... Using Radical ...

Banking on the Stablecoin: A Brilliant Fintech Future

Finance Magnates 03 Feb 2021
While Bitcoin as peer-to-peer electronic cash was specifically designed to evade banks and bankers and bypass the need for these middlemen to exist at all, a stablecoin at its core does not pose the same explicit existential threat ... Central bankers of all stripes now agree that stablecoins will radically alter the payments landscape ... the STABLE Act.

Fed to hold first meeting of Biden administration

Taipei Times 24 Jan 2021
The expectation for more government aid under the Biden administration — which has proposed a massive US$1.9 trillion rescue package — would give the central bankers hope for a more solid rebound and improved hiring, Aaronson said ... That is a radical shift from the past, when central bankers would raise rates early to head off inflation. .