Never, ever, go "so public" (loose the controlling stock share) as to be "played" by the rest of the stockholders.
(Zuckerberg was right...) If you're not sure, read some ancient posts of mine...
It is amazing to see the immense damage populist politics can produce and how fast that happens. The case of the UK, where the initiators of that disaster immediately jumped of the ship in perdition is unprecedented as well and can be considered as a despicable act of trahison to the interests of the own country.
It is also very instructing to say what can happen to a country when it decides to turn away from the world power it used to belong to.
It is just unbelievable...
#brexit #uk #politics #euref #ukip #marchforeu
Sad day, indeed... RIP, Ian.
Many of us were exceptionally concerned by his tweets on Monday reporting he had been brutalised by the police and saying his career was ruined. I am sure there is much to learn and tell, but the post by his current employer (Docker) rightly asks that we respect his family's grief so I suggest avoiding speculation here.
Goodbye, brilliant friend.
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- CGI Group2007 - 2013
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