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A few months ago a friend sent me the following lines by the Italian comedian Beppe Grillo: ‘For a long time Italians have been in a [political] coma. We are always in search of the lesser evil. In fact, we should construct a monument for the “lesser evil”. A huge monument in the middle of Rome’. If anyone ever asked me to build such a monument, in Rome or elsewhere, I would probably look for a high hill and place the digits 665 (like giant Hollywood letters) overlooking the city centre—a notch less than evil, a counter displaying the fact that our society has become a calculating machine. Indeed the principle of the ‘lesser ...
The first known public exhibition of projected sound films took place in Paris in 1900, but decades would pass before sound motion pictures were made commercially practical. Reliable synchronization was difficult to achieve with the early sound-on-disc systems, and amplification and recording quality were also inadequate. Innovations in sound-on-film led to the first commercial screening of short motion pictures using the technology, which took place in New York City in April 1923. The primary steps in the commercialization of sound cinema were taken in the United States in the mid- to late 1920s. At first, the sound films ...
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Roundtable: Sourcing in the Face of a Financial Crisis | Put And ...
As the financial crisis continues to grip markets and businesses worldwide, is there any clarity as to the consequences for the sourcing sector? The Shared Services & Outsourcing Network hosted a roundtable debate looking at the short- and long-term impact of the turmoil on the sourcing space; online editor Jamie Liddell was joined by some of the keenest minds in sourcing to analyse the possible repercussions, the potential winners and losers – and steps industry players can take to minimise the impact on their businesses. Attending were: Charles Aird Senior Managing Director of Outsourcing/Shared Services & ... market research, surveys and trends
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Executives have spoken their minds about the worlds most effective recruitment tool: its money. According to a survey of 677 job seekers in the $100k+ market conducted by executive job search service TheLadders.com, 84% would prefer a salary increase to a bump up in title. Marking a departure from the boom time of the late 1990s, when it was common for new employees to be lured with the promise of a fast-track title (however contrived some of those titles may have sounded), executives in todays market are far more interested in tangible compensation. The executives participating in TheLadders.com survey were asked: Youve just ... market research, surveys and trends

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Streetsblog San Francisco » BART Transit Blogger Roundtable, Part II
with BART management and asked questions of General Manager Dorothy Dugger about her transit operation.  This is part two of that roundtable: The biggest challenge that I'm focused on right now is certainly the effects of the economic reality that we're living in on our ability to do our job. We're no more immune than any other facet of society, be it personal family budgets or other government or private organizations. We're really seeing the impact of the economy on both of our major sources of operating revenue: fares (customer revenue is the workhorse of our budget) and ridership.  After ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Medicare Part D„A Roundtable Discussion of Current - Medicare Part ...
management of Part D from a real-world perspective. ■■ Current Management of Part D Benefits ...... $23 billion would be allocated to Medicare, and $31 billion would ..... simply a transition product until beneficiaries convert to MA-PD .... Among Part D enrollees who reached the coverage gap, percent who: ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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SECOND OECD SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE ROUNDTABLE ON CORPORATE ...
In Bulgarian transition economy the disclosure of information by a public company is .... Part two: A bird's eye view on the status quo of the disclosure of information .... management and the directors of Bulgarian public companies. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Office for Interoperability and Compatibility (OIC) Roundtable on ...
This four-day meeting had two parts. Part 1 (days 1-2) was called “Strategic ..... Use IPV4 with a roadmap for a transition to IPV6. Security ... Management. The roundtable did not spend time choosing technologies for this layer. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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What happened to comparative advantage? | Ask MetaFilter
is talking about global competition. Maybe it's no surprise that non-economists are concerned with "offshoring" of manufacturing jobs, but even people like Robert Reich who are ostensibly familiar with the issues are talking like nation-states are competing "teams" who are trying to beat one another rather than trading to mutual advantage. So my question is: what's up with that? Has the theory of comparative advantage been generally discredited and/or have conditions changed since its original exposition? Are countries struggling to reduce its effects to conform to some ideal of competition that they can win? It ...