The Nonprofiteer is at it again, gently suggesting that a Sun Microsystems billionaire isn’t necessarily the world’s authority about how to combat poverty. But maybe fighting poverty isn’t what he had in mind after all. Who taught people to say “charity” with a sneer?
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The fast food industry may not be able to pay higher wages because its customers are as poor as its employees
In endorsing Mitt Romney for President, David Frum writes: Obama is following a path explored by the British Labor governments of 1997-2010, when the majority of the net new jobs created in northern and western England, Scotland, and Wales were created in the public sector. That approach pushed Britain into fiscal crisis, when the recession […]
Behind the new fashion of bosses telling employees how to vote is a very old idea: corporate paternalism.
Government needs to have mandatory discipline for high-ranking officials who act like jerks, and a mandatory snitch rule for lower-level employees who pretend they didn’t see it. If Massachusetts had such a policy, we might not be in the mess we now face about faked test results at the state lab. Have you ever heard […]