Unlimited vacation and a cafe boycott: the best and worst of US small business in 2019 | Gene Marks

These five stories captured running a small business this year and show 2020 will be a busy and interesting year for us all As we wrap up the year, I thought it would be fun to look back at all the columns I have written for the Guardian and pull out the five stories that…

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Unlimited vacation and a cafe boycott: the best and worst of US small business in 2019 | Gene Marks

These five stories captured running a small business this year and show 2020 will be a busy and interesting year for us all As we wrap up the year, I thought it would be fun to look back at all the columns I have written for the Guardian and pull out the five stories that…

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KSI is still a huge YouTube fan, but the streaming star wants so much more

After his split decision victory vs. Logan Paul in the rematch of their YouTube boxing extravaganza last month, KSI stayed in Los Angeles for a few extra weeks. Presumably, he was looking to find ways to expand the scope of his influence, looking to continue transitioning from YouTuber to a mainstream star whod be recognized…

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Pete Buttigieg releases list of McKinsey clients

(CNN)Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Tuesday released the names of nine clients he worked with during his three years at the elite consulting firm McKinsey, shedding light on years of his career that he had come under pressure to make public in recent days. On Monday, however, McKinsey said that the South Bend, Indiana,…

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Buttigieg releases descriptions of McKinsey projects in face of criticism

(CNN)Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Friday released a timeline of his three years working for the elite consulting firm McKinsey. The release does not include a detailed list of his clients, something that he has been called to release but rejected — for now — because of a nondisclosure agreement he has with his…

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Downloading: ‘People said it would end record labels’

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Jeremy was a close confidant to Phil Collins At the time Jeremy was on the council of the BPI, the UK record industry’s trade body. He was also the chief executive of music publisher Chrysalis Music. After a number of years of real pain in the industry, he says…

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The crisis of capitalism is not the one Europeans think it is | Branko Milanovi

It may feel like capitalism isnt working because western wages should be higher, says Branko Milanovi, an economist specialising in income inequality An avalanche of recent books and articles about the WeWork and its like). The social importance of these new markets is that by placing a price on things that previously had none, they…

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The Future Awards celebrates Nigeria’s young talent and challenges its ‘negative image’

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Africa has the world’s youngest population but numerous odds are still stacked against them, making it difficult for the vast majority to easily attain success. Business partners Chude Jideonwo and Adebola Williams started the Future Award as part of The Future Project social enterprise in 2006. The ‘Nigerian prince’ narrative The pair were…

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Prince Andrew to stand aside from all 230 of his patronages

Move follows BBC interview about association with sex offender Jeffery Epstein Prince Andrew is to withdraw from scores of charities in a move that appeared designed to protect the monarchy from further humiliation over his association with Jeffrey Epstein. Buckingham Palace confirmed on Sunday that the Duke of York was standing back from all his…

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NYC police’s quality of life strategy for subways: arrest food vendors

Clip of police handcuffing a woman selling churros at a subway station went viral as over-policing becomes a hot-button issue Along with cat videos and TikToks, a relatively new type of clip has become fodder for thousands of users on social media: police in the New York City subway. A growing archive of videos and…

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