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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Coolerpresidency at any costs—combined with a complete failure to articulate a compel
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 6 days ago
presidency at any costs—combined with a complete failure to articulate a compelling, long-term vision, or to build lasting networks and institutions that provide the infrastructure for political change. We bet everything on the political skills of... Read more
7d
AllAfrica.com
The Mystery of Tanzania's Footballing Magicpowers of a witch doctor before the African Cup of Nations semi-final. Peter E.
The Mystery of Tanzania's Footballing Magic
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
powers of a witch doctor before the African Cup of Nations semi-final. Peter E. Temu decried the ancient practice in the Guardian in 2009. "I can think of nothing more inimical to process than belief in witchcraft," he wrote. "It is a fatal... Read more
15d
Guardian Unlimited
A toxic web: what the Victorians can teach us about online abusefunds for regional food safety analysts in 1872, almost 20 years after the Lanc
A toxic web: what the Victorians can teach us about online abuse
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 15 days ago
funds for regional food safety analysts in 1872, almost 20 years after the Lancet’s first reports. Only then could professional societies such as the Association of Public Analysts train experts for these new roles. In the US, food purity... Read more
15d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Voting with their feet in PEareas to be packed. They were empty. To get 42,000 people into a stadium is no
Voting with their feet in PE
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 15 days ago
areas to be packed. They were empty. To get 42,000 people into a stadium is no mean feat. Ask Bafana Bafana or any of our professional football teams. That the ANC can still get such numbers is a credit to the organisation. But this is the ANC,... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The madness of how Leicester turned from dreamers into dream-makerslatest press conference featured questions from Barcelona’s Sport newspaper, Fo
The madness of how Leicester turned from dreamers into dream-makers
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 17 days ago
latest press conference featured questions from Barcelona’s Sport newspaper, Fox Australia, La Repubblica, the Discovery Networks and BT Sport, a Danish newspaper which has a correspondent in Leicester for the next three weeks. “The problem is we... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
'We are the forgotten people': the anguish of Australia's 'invisible' asylum seekersAustralia’s policy of mandatory detention. Many cannot legally work. The immig
'We are the forgotten people': the anguish of Australia's 'invisible' asylum seekers
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 20 days ago
Australia’s policy of mandatory detention. Many cannot legally work. The immigration department declined to answer the Guardian’s questions about how many bridging visa holders have the right to seek employment. But information from community... Read more
21d
HITC Sport
Anthony Joshua punches harder than Tyson Fury where money mattersthe dual side of his fighter, whom he will accompany to the United States some
Anthony Joshua punches harder than Tyson Fury where money matters
HITC Sport / Posted 21 days ago
the dual side of his fighter, whom he will accompany to the United States some time this summer for the big sell to the networks as a stepping stone to PPV on Showtime (who showed Saturday’s fight) or HBO. As long as he keeps knocking opponents... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
This CEO explains why he bought a newspaper when print is in terminal decline (JPR)concise, quality read online and I think that will find a market." Highfield a
This CEO explains why he bought a newspaper when print is in terminal decline (JPR)
Stamford Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
concise, quality read online and I think that will find a market." Highfield adds: "We're not trying to be The Guardian, or BBC Online, or be an Independent.co.uk — I think that would be foolish. "What we are going to try to do is... Read more
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Connecticut Post
This CEO explains why he bought a newspaper when print is in terminal decline (JPR)concise, quality read online and I think that will find a market." Highfield a
This CEO explains why he bought a newspaper when print is in terminal decline (JPR)
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 days ago
concise, quality read online and I think that will find a market." Highfield adds: "We're not trying to be The Guardian, or BBC Online, or be an Independent.co.uk — I think that would be foolish. "What we are going to try to do is... Read more
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23d
San Francisco Chronicle
This CEO explains why he bought a newspaper when print is in terminal decline (JPR)concise, quality read online and I think that will find a market." Highfield a
This CEO explains why he bought a newspaper when print is in terminal decline (JPR)
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
concise, quality read online and I think that will find a market." Highfield adds: "We're not trying to be The Guardian, or BBC Online, or be an Independent.co.uk — I think that would be foolish. "What we are going to try to do is... Read more
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