A Series: Outside the Box – Those That Draw Beyond Confines No.19 – No Clues Required: Investigate.

A Series: Outside the Box – Those That Draw Beyond Confines No.19 – No Clues Required: Investigate.

It’s not only in business that building blocks are cemented by trust but, whatever one considers a workplace, it’s necessary that  people sharing  such a workspace both trust and are trusted. Any demolition of the baseline of ethics would appear a waste, as trust takes both time and work to build. Mistrust’s roots begin with [...]
High Five?

High Five?

Almost a year since we mused about wrecking;  false lights luring passing ships, the General Election has brought out lights of a different nature. Lights, Camera, Action: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly ( in more ways than one) are being played out and, after reading a  superb article by Michael Blastland   about polls [...]
Addicted to Money….. Or a Prescription for Pain

Addicted to Money….. Or a Prescription for Pain

Tense, nervous headache?  Nothing acts faster than, for those who remember the ad,  Anadin.  But, according to an article we’ve read ,  before the quick trip to your local pharmacist for the required prescriptive or non-prescriptive pain killer, check out your cash. It seems that counting money might be the pain preventer alternative to paying [...]
Ethical Money: Transparent Oxymoron or an Elephant in the Room?

Ethical Money: Transparent Oxymoron or an Elephant in the Room?

All things, or at least many things, eco and ethical, were mused upon during a conversation following the news of the grounding of a ship on the Great Barrier Reef. Giving out a quick remark to such a disaster is restrictive as both ethics and ecology are challenging, huge subjects. There is the temptation for [...]
April 2010 Noteworthy News

April 2010 Noteworthy News

Monthly Noteworthy News: Budget 2010 With the AAA status of the UK being threatened and a general election looming ever closer; the main points of the budget are now generally know but a roundup can be found here.   FSA Advice Site The Government’s free money guidance service will offer consumers advice on a range [...]
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