Is this what has happened to the minds of our millennial generation. Now they are in management.
Kicking a policeman out of the restaurant especially when there is already a lot violent people on the street is a grave mistake.
I too will not be in a Darden's restaurant for the foreseeable future.
Olive Garden and Red lobster were my favorite restaurants.
I have 26 kid ds and grandkids who have kept us well supplied with gift cards. I'm thinking of giving them out to the homeless.
Will the nw pay with your phone add significantly to the store and corporate overhead.
How are they going to protect the transaction data?
I sincrly they make the people that use this AP pay for its cost.
I want a cheaper cup of plain black coffee.
This why they have Captains on ships!! He must make wise and correct choices!!
It's a good thing you are not a Captain!!
Carnival has had it fill of Moronic Captains. Concordia?
A recent Washington Post article highlights the tax problem the U.S. has created for itself.
Congress needs to address this. It will not be solved by lip service from the potus.
“Companies that have deserted our country to avoid paying taxes but expect to keep receiving the full benefits that being American confers, and for which everyone else is paying.
Yes, leaving the country — a process that tax-techies call inversion — is perfectly legal. A company does this by reincorporating in a place such as Ireland, where the corporate tax rate is 12.5 percent, compared with 35 percent in the United States. Inversion also makes it easier to divert what would normally be U.S. earnings to foreign, lower-tax locales. But being legal isn’t the same as being right. If a few companies invert, it’s irritating but no big deal for our society. But mass inversion is a whole other thing, and that’s where we’re heading.
We’ve also got a second, related problem, which I call the “never-heres.” They include formerly private companies such as Accenture, a consulting firm that was spun off from Arthur Andersen, and disc-drive maker Seagate, which began as a U.S. company, went private in a 2000 buyout and was moved to the Cayman Islands, went public in 2002, then moved to Ireland from the Caymans in 2010. Such firms can duck lots of U.S. taxes without being accused of having deserted our country because, technically, they were never here. So far, by Fortune’s count, some 60 U.S. companies have chosen the never-here or the inversion route, and others are lining up to leave.”
Another issue is all the companies setting of PO Boxes in Zug to avoid paying taxes here.
Such as RIG.
I saw that the decision was completed, but didn't see anything regarding Compensation for injuries sustained; recovery or restitution for harm or injury; damages or equitable relief.
Does this set the pattern for the ships Captain, like the one on the Concordia that abandoned the ship while it was sinkig? That captain has a hit and run mentality. Hopefully, he will get a lot of jail time.
Is aapl divident policy wise?
A lot of the big holders will get a fist full of cash.
Al Gore etc.
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An interesting history story for you. A collection of stories about the Fed banks
I take umbrage with you, certainly disagree about corrupt government officials. Who were you referring too? Hopefully not Woodrow Wilson who was president.
However, Woodrow Wilson was a man of principle and a good man, not corrupt, He was naive when it came to the banks though. He also, had sought to set of the league of nations to avoid war. He was a leader, he didn't like his Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan, who would definitely have warned him about the banks undoubtedly if he became president he too would most likely met the fate of the others who despised the banks..
Andrew Jackson, Abe Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley all knew and fought the banks. Even John Kennedy tried to bypass the FED. All ended of them ended with a bullet. No one has successfully fought them off for long.
Who are the big boys that made Buffet sell his silver?
What makes you think he wasn't shorting, expecting it to go down and buy more; but got caught just like the Hunts did?
Or he may have been sell ing calls against it and got it called.
Anyway,he said he didn't make a profit; He bought it at about $7. No one made him sell it back at $7.! IMO He was most likely playing with the hedge games.
If Ducky is right and gold goes to $50000/oz.
The U.S. will be bankrupt,
Will the creditors, CHina demand a seat on the board?
If so, what will happen to Duckies Gold?
I am not a fan of that fat cat. He represents the things James Garfield opposed.
“Man cannot live by bread alone; he must have peanut butter.”
J A Garfield
We learn best from our mistakes. Some never do.
Have you considered buying them back?
In a few weeks it will look like a sweet deal IMHO.
Historically, and coincidently the presidents that pushed for a stable dollar with gold backing get taken out. Jackson was almost taken out, Garfield, McKinley was taken out. JFK was for metal backing and not a strong supporter of the FED. Lincoln was forced into debt backing.
Let me ask you a question, since you appear to be laughing at the Duck here. How will stability be returned to the dollar? this is not an easy answer.
If Ron Paul catches any wind in his sail he better not take a walk down to the rail station.
Hopefully Bernanke can talk some stability into monetary policy. But history seems to say that only metal backing will work. Bankers and Politian’s abhor the idea.
IMHO We need a triad policy, to chose from, neither fiscal or monetary policy are sufficient.