«PDG d’EDF, le pire job de France»

Par Bertille Bayart Published It’s 52 minutes, Mis à jour It’s 19 minutes Bertille Bayart. Jean-Christophe MARMARA/Le Figaro CHRONICLE – La mission de Luc Rémont est que la France passe cet hiver et pas loin d’une centaine d’autres. Monsieur le future president-director général d’Électricité de France, Cher Luc Rémont, À la fin de ce mois, … Read more

Liz Truss’s neoliberal blitz is doomed to fail Business and Economy

Our new prime minister is on a mission. A devotee of the free market, Liz Truss once described Britain as “a nation of Uber-riding, Deliveroo-eating, Airbnb-ing freedom fighters”. But the freedom she really wants is for a select group. It’s those at the very top of society that Truss wants to free from the shackles … Read more

Opinion: Amazon’s business model is inhumane and unsustainable

With Britain suffering through its worst cost-of-living crisis in decades—owing to high inflation and soaring energy prices—hundreds of workers at an Amazon AMZN, -1.57% warehouse in Coventry, England, this month demanded a wage hike. If the demand is not met, they say they will go on strike in November, just ahead of Black Friday and … Read more

Alisyn Camerota: What I learned about the ‘baby business’ more than 15 years after undergoing IVF

My own twins are among them. It’s been a long time since I first went public with my fertility journey. As newlyweds, my husband and I struggled for three years to get pregnant. After two miscarriages and three rounds of failed in vitro fertilization (IVF), I was devastated. Back then, I kept our struggle secret. … Read more

Is Myles Straw In Danger Of Losing His Starting Job With The Cleveland Guardians?

The center field position had been a revolving door for Cleveland for a number of years. Players such as Bradley Zimmer, Oscar Mercadoand even Amed Rosario had their shot in straight-away center, however, none of them were able to stick. When Cleveland traded for Myles Straw, the hope was that this revolving door would shut … Read more

Opinion: The thing Black families do before selling a home

But when that appraisal came in suspiciously low, the Hortons had a second one done — this time removing any items that might lead the appraiser to suspect the home was inhabited by an African American. Sure enough, the second appraisal came in at $465,000 — $115,000 more than before the home had been “white-washed.” … Read more

Michael Saylor Bitcoin Dream Job – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Boomer, a long-time and active member of the financial independence/retire early (FIRE) movement. Michael Saylor recently announced that he’ll be stepping down as MicroStrategy’s CEO so that he can devote more of his time to Bitcoin. I can understand why he wouldn’t want to be distracted by the day-to-day … Read more