Something good for the month

July 2020

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It is the middle of summer and we are busy as a bee looking for the most interesting stories for the month of July. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.


FS Blog | Making Effective Decisions and Fewer Errors

Few things will change your trajectory in life or business as much as learning to make effective decisions. The decision-making principles in this article aren’t pulled out of thin air. They’re the result of many years of experience and experimentation.


Fast Company | How Slack could reshape the entire Big Tech antitrust debate in the U.S.

The outcome of Slack’s antitrust action against Microsoft and Teams may send shock waves through antitrust probes against Big Tech in the United States.


The Market | Central Banks have Become Irrelevant

The Scottish market strategist Russell Napier warns that investors should prepare for inflation rates of 4% and more by next year. The main reason: Governments have taken control of the money supply.


Bloomberg | Executives at Bankrupt Companies Scored $131 Million in Bonuses

Before the bankruptcies came the bonuses: $10 million at J.C. Penney Co., $25 million at Chesapeake Energy Corp., $1.5 million at Hertz Global Holdings Inc.


Pocket | Should Quantum Anomalies Make Us Rethink Reality?

Inexplicable lab results may be telling us we’re on the cusp of a new scientific paradigm.


CTV News | Plant a seed, help a bee: Experts urge Canadians to plant wildflowers to save bees from decline

Experts are once again urging Canadians to help save wild bees after yet another study predicted a dire future for the species crucial to our food system, and they say anyone with a backyard can help the cause.


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