Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Health Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByCharles Ornstein and Katie Thomas Sept. 8, 2018 This article was reported and written in a collaboration with ProPublica, the nonprofit investigative journalism organization. One of the world’s top breast cancer doctors failed to disclose millions of dollars in payments from drug and health care companies in recent years, omitting his financial ties from dozens of research articles in prestigious publications like The New England Journal of Medicine and The Lancet. The researcher, Dr. José Baselga, a towering figure in the cancer world, is the chief medical officer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. He has held board memberships or advisory roles with Roche and Bristol-Myers Squibb, among other corporations, has had a stake in start-ups testing cancer … [Read more...] about Top Cancer Researcher Fails to Disclose Corporate Financial Ties in Major Research Journals
Wednesday, September 05, 2018 by: Isabelle Z. Tags: Amazon, Censorship, corporations, dangerous power, data collection, evil, evil corporation, free speech, Glitch, Google, information control, mind control, monopoly, surveillance, tech giants (Natural News) Tech giants get a lot of flak these days. Their successes might be admired by entrepreneurs around the world and studied by business students for generations to come, but their immense power puts them in a position that makes a lot of people uncomfortable, and they’ve already abused that power in a lot of disturbing ways. In fact, it’s hard to say which evil corporation is worse: Google or Amazon. They might not be direct competitors in the simplest sense of the word, but there’s a lot of overlap in what they do – and their behavior has a lot of dangerous similarities. Here’s a look at some of the biggest offenses of each firm so you can decide for yourself. Amazon Taxes: Their original business … [Read more...] about Which evil corporation is more dangerous: Google or Amazon?
Tuesday, September 04, 2018 by: Mike Adams Tags: Colin Kaepernick, corporations, evil, Nike, propaganda, virtual signaling (Natural News) Outrage is exploding online against Nike, which signed the cop-hating, American flag-hating NFL crybaby Colin Kaepernick to a promotion deal in a desperate act of virtue signaling. The move cements Nike’s perception as an America-hating, globalist “evil monster corporation” running slave factories for profit while funneling money to the very people who don’t deserve it (like Colin). Absurdly, the Nike campaign featuring Kaepernick claims people should pursue their dreams “even if it means sacrificing everything.” Yet Kaepernick has made no sacrifice and has lost nothing. He’s another NFL millionaire social justice crybully who has mastered the art of victimhood rather than mastering the art of being a competent professional football player. Nike’s endorsement of Kaepernick is beyond … [Read more...] about Outrage against Nike explodes online: “Slave factories” “evil monster corporation” makes users want to “puke”
ONLINE tech giants should face a “minimum” corporation tax as part of a radical plan to reshape Britain’s economy, a think tank has demanded. The IPPR asked the Government slap web companies with a tax based on their UK sales as it was impossible to know if their declared profits were genuine. And it called for a new regulator – OfDigi – to police digital platforms such as Facebook in same way Ofgem regulates energy giants. In a report backed by the Archbishop of Canterbury and the TUC, the IPPR said economic power had to be “re-balanced” given the growing inequalities between the rich and poor, Westminster and the regions. The move comes just weeks after the Chancellor Philip Hammond said he was considering an “Amazon tax” for online giants to help save the high street. Archbishop Justin Welby said: “For decades the UK economy has not worked as it should, with millions of people and many parts of the country receiving less … [Read more...] about Online tech giants should face ‘minimum’ corporation tax as part of a radical plan to reshape the economy, think tank says
AGNEW Corporate in Belfast, which started in 1995 to provide specialist contract hire and leasing services to companies across Northern Ireland and beyond, has launched a new brand identity called Agnew Leasing, designed to cater to the company’s evolving customer base. Managing director Graham Thompson said that with more customers choosing to fund their vehicles via personal contract hire, the company name had to be all-inclusive, reflecting the fact that Agnew provides leasing services for a variety business and personal customers. As well as creating a new logo and brand design, a team of in-house developers at Agnew Leasing (www.agnewleasing.com) has been working to develop innovative technology to make customers’ lives easier and attract new business. The company - which currently manages more than 5,000 cars and vans from its base at Boucher Way - plans to introduced a new Affinity Car Scheme, with an online quotation system for personal contract hire. Further plans … [Read more...] about Agnew Corporate rebrands as Agnew Leasing