Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan, another long-time and very public critic of Markle, opened his show by repeatedly suggesting that Prince Harry had “spray-gunned” his family with the revelatory interview and that is was “so disloyal.” “He’s been spray-gunning his entire family on global TV as Prince Phillip lies in hospital,” said Morgan, adding,… Read More »
As a demonstration of how irrationally paranoid this guy is for imagining that a combination of political rulers and corporate cronies would suppress his speech via deplatforming, Facebook has deplatformed him… Source: Our paranoid friend who fears Facebook’s power – Philip Greenspun’s Weblog I have nothing to add.
Cummins Inc. has said it will consider whether lawmakers voted last week against certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s victory before making future donations to their campaigns, joining a growing list of companies that have said the GOP-led effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election results will factor into their political giving. Through its political action committee,… Read More »
FEC documents show that Ellison made the $250,000 donation to the Security is Strength PAC on September 14th. The Security is Strength PAC has bought ads exclusively in support of Graham’s political ambitions, including his 2015 presidential campaign and his current reelection bid for the US Senate. Source: Oracle founder donated $250,000 to Graham PAC… Read More »
From 2014 – 2019, the same years that CEO and Chairman Doug pocketed $200 million in real money stock-based comp, American Airlines had *negative* free cash flow of $3.2 billion. And took on an additional $14 billion in debt. And bought back $13 billion of its stock. How did all this work out for American… Read More »
What’s more, upon termination Muilenburg can walk away with another $30 to $40 million. And his supplementary executive pension is worth another $11 million, according to these statements. Source: Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg Will Walk Away With Millions – Barron’s Welcome to the corporatocracy of America, where you can fail badly enough as CEO to… Read More »
I’ve been talking about corporate charters for a long time now, and people either don’t understand what I’m talking about, or think I’m crazy. We give people a charter to create a company, which grants them special, legal protections to build the business. But that charter implies a social contract that they will not abuse… Read More »