Other Governance Roles
Dan on A Letter to Shane Ellison… aireyng on A Letter to Shane Ellison… Greg Wood on A Letter to Shane Ellison… Russell on A Letter to Shane Ellison… Max Johns on Rename the NZ Super Rugby…
- Remove yourself from love lover and crush calculator txts
- Free Rice: Addictive, but is it a scam?
- If nobody owns your mortgage note then you are in luck
- RSS feeds now on Stuff
- NZ's regressive tax system
- BNZ doesn't get it. Time to change banks
- BBD CEO Summit - Casey Sheahan (Patagonia)
- Comparing New Zealand to The United States.
- Blame directors for failure, CEOs for success
- The product lifecycle - as explained by Apple
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Category Archives: Politics
Whale Oil failed in his case (at least so far) and is up for some eight thousand of dollars in fines and fees. To me it was clear that his actions were breaching the law, but it’s the considered opinion … Continue reading
The Tax Working Group is due to issue their report this week. Here are the things I’ll be looking for as I judge their proposals: Simple. Paying tax is an administrative burden, and compliance takes time and money. A great … Continue reading
I’ll be on Kathryn Ryan’s Nine to Noon program on Radio NZ at about 9:20am Monday 22nd. There are a few potential topics to cover – including why NZ is a good place to be right now, what businesses can … Continue reading
From this great illustration of the average US Postal Service residential customer’s mailbox we can glean some interesting facts. Amongst them is numerical evidence as to why I don’t check my mail very often. There are almost 200 billion pieces … Continue reading
Two astonishing reports on education from McKinsey. The first shows the effect that the USA’s poor schools have had on their economy – and was just released. It finds the economic loss in the order of US$2,400 billion to $4,200 … Continue reading
As we progressively lose our freedoms on the internet, it was timely to have a read of some of the excellent material written by Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society – it’s part of the Harvard Law School … Continue reading