The Wind of Change from Davos – towards Better Capitalism?

An interesting Davos panel chaired by Blodget, sponsored by Business Insider. I just wonder how many business leaders will heed and adapt! I have posted on social media about a week ago an article that Kimberley-Clark are laying off over 10% of their workforce due to low birth rates and cheaper competition (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/23/business/kimberly-clark-layoffs.html?smid=tw-share). Direct indicator […]

Baby Boomers, the social cannibals, should be culled….

¬†They are the reason for everything that is so wrong today! Am seriously pissed off realising at last the reason for all f…k ups in our world. To paraphrase Douglas Adams in his cosmic search for Life, Universe and Everything, it’s not a number, it’s this one generation. Or actually, it can be identified by […]

Working class saved the educated cowardly masses…? Yes, They Did!

Just a brief thought following the socio-political shock waves in US and Europe (some still pending): everybody’s talking about the global uprising¬†of the working class – the blue collars that were bypassed by the technological revolution and can’t find their place in the new scheme of things. And I had this epiphany all of a […]

The Alchemy of modern economics – the Fundless Society

I must admit that the subject of this post has simmered long time and the trigger was the recent discussion in one of LinkedIn groups: a laid-off 55-year old professional struggling to get back into organised employment. I won’t go into all the comments and advice that the poor chap got – most of them […]