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Gita Babaria
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Dedicated to the great mentors who i have been fortunate to have found to and to whom i owe  my achievements ..
Every young person needs a mentor. If they don't find one in parents, coaches or teachers, they’ll emulate movie stars, athletes or rock musicians.As a kid growing up in Michigan, my idol was Al Kaline, the Detroit Tiger’s Hall of Fame right fielder. I was such an avid Al Kaline fan that I only ate New Era-brand potato chips because its manufacturer advertised that they were “on the alkaline side.” That was enough for me.One night after a Detroit...
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The woods are beautiful dark and deep but  I have promises to keep and miles to go before i sleep.
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"Companies which embrace Friedman’s model are now dependent on billions of taxpayer subsidies while those who follow the responsible corporate model turn out record profits and have high return on their shareholder investments. In addition, the companies have a higher employee morale, resulting in higher productivity, which again produces higher profits.

The problem with Milton Friedman’s premise is that its focus on profits as the immediate end of any action leaves little room for growth or development. The actions which Friedman dismisses as a “suicidal impulse” are instead the actions by which a company ensures its long-term viability. Companies which reinvest in the enterprise, through higher wages, better training, or regional infrastructure, are not stealing from their shareholders, they are ensuring their shareholders investments."
The father of trickle down economics, Milton Friedman, made his case one September day in 1970. Today we revisit his grand piece and find it wanting.
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When It comes to myself I am generally at a complete loss as to what to say.....
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Mumbai, India
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Calcutta - Chicago, Federal Way, London, LA, Mumbai, Calcutta, Ahemedabad