Category Archives: Corporate pressure

A European Union

A European Union? We met on a train – very “Brief Encounters”. Turns out she is from Switzerland but of German and French parents. The train was travelling through Poland, en route to Moscow. It was a long trip so … Continue reading

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The Morphing of the MIC

The Military-Industrial Complex OK, so this is a reasonably well established concept. I first met it at school, in the 1970s and later gave talks and a seminar on the subject at University. It was, thus, early set as one … Continue reading

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A new Agenda?

“WAKE UP TO THE GATEKEEPERS” OK, OK, OK, this ain’t mine. Well, apart from the notes in the margins which I’ve cunningly put in square brackets. I’m sort of warehousing the piece, whilst I work out what to do with … Continue reading

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Gimme dat algo-rithm

A reference to a long, filmed report at the start of a fairly empty morning provided my theme for the day – “Corporate Pressure”. The issue arose on Radio 4’s Start the Week, too, with a Google boss defending the … Continue reading

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