Category: corporations

A monarchy of customers

I posted earlier today an email which reached me as the nominal Amazon author I am (I’ve never received any payment as such, but this blog is still up there on their site as a product).  I was quite positive…

The out-of-date nation-state

Here’s an interesting slideshow with data from 2009 on the subject of the top 100 “economies” in the world.  Worth your time, I think.  I found it fascinating, myself. Corporate clout world’s largest 100 economic entities presentation from Tracey Keys…

Is it ever OK to be a racist? Perhaps so

Definitions first.  This, on the corporation: An corporation is a separate legal entity that has been incorporated through a legislative or registration process established through legislation. Incorporated entities have legal rights and liabilities that are distinct from their employees and shareholders,[1] and may conduct business as either a profit-seeking business or not for profit business.…

Criminals – or just businesspeople?

Our blessed government seems to still be selling us the donkey (many apologies to any donkey-lovers – and, indeed, donkeys – reading this post) that those ladies and gentleman responsible for the horsemeat scandal are a group of murky underworld…

The Tomb of an Unknown Donkey

And so it has come to pass.  The beef that was not beef but was actually, to a very great degree, horsemeat may not – in the event – be horsemeat either.  Whilst lurid tales have been recently spread by…