It’s a measure of the sorry state of U.S. media that one of the most devastating ransomware attacks of all time has received virtually no coverage. Millions of workers, including frontline hospital, police, and firefighters, know what I’m talking about.
Electric cars are said to represent America’s automotive future. At the moment, they are reminiscent of the industry’s troubled past. Here’s why I’d prefer Toyota and its Japanese brethren lead the way.
‘Tis the time of year when corporate marketers and online engagement specialists step up their game and bombard me with phony holiday wishes, hoping to sell more goods and services. If they wanted to extend genuine goodwill, they’d forever take me off their distribution lists.
Ray Dalio embodies the greed, arrogance, hypocrisy, and lack of shame required to reach the billionaire stratosphere of money management professionals. Here’s why he is one of Communist China’s biggest sycophants.
Kevin Nishita, an armed security guard and former police officer, died this past weekend from a gunshot wound he sustained protecting the camera equipment of San Francisco television station KRON4. Had Nishita killed his assailant, he likely would have sparked national media outrage about his use of excessive force. Yet few tears are being shed for Nishita, who leaves behind a wife, two children, and three grandchildren.
Given my interest in healthcare corruption and wrongdoing I’ve developed a certain immunity to the filth the engulfs me reading a daily parade of stories underscoring why the U.S. has the most expensive, inefficient, and inhumane healthcare system of any developed country. But after reading a story about the intimate relationship between the major organization representing emergency room doctors and private equity, I needed a long, hot shower.