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abbimoon · a day ago
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Accounting degrees are the same way except with taxes :/
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theminimal · a day ago
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Garfield Cowboy
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kissgunkelly · a day ago
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PETE DAVIDSON RANDOM icons
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warandpeas · 3 months ago
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Basic Human Decency
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prokopetz · 2 months ago
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Basically the problem with including a “put your character in the game!” tier in a video game crowdfunding project is that you will get one of those weirdos who thinks it’s completely reasonable to expect you to reconfigure the game’s entire plot to revolve around their OC because they contributed $200 to a $200 000 budget, and they will write a trending callout post about it when you tell them no.
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aif0s-w · 3 months ago
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Hey guys!
As you know, my country is at war. Every day, people are dying, even now as I write this.
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And there is something you can do to help.
After the beginning of the full-scale war, many international corporations have left russia. They refused to do any business there, because the taxes immediately turn into bombs above my head.
But some of the corporations still continue doing business with the aggressor. They make money, and with that money they kill us.
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So we need your help to boycott these companies, to make them leave russian market. Stop buying their products, don’t fund the war. Target them on social media, send them e-mails. Convince your boss to stop buying their products.
As of April, the companies that still work in russia include Nestle, Xiaomi, METRO, L’Oreal, Danone, Auchan, Barilla, Leroy Merlin, Mars, Shell and many others
This is a website called Boycott Russia, where you can find the full list of these corporations http://boycottrussia.info/
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cocoshomebrew · 3 months ago
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Why sell your soul to an unknowable horror from another dimension when you could sell it to capitalism instead?
This subclass will turn your warlock into a master of manipulation, a master beguiler who, armed with their company-mandated suit and tie, is capable of befriending anyone they reckon they can squeeze some money out of. In your quest to rise through the corporate hierarchy, you'll gain the ability to contact clients from afar and even learn their deep dark secrets, all while being supported by a caring board of executives who definitely have your best interests at heart. Mondays, am I right?
Here's the link to my patreon if you want to see more of my content or want to support me in making it.
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hshouse · 3 months ago
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Tell me more about musk and twitter because I'm crying right now
hi bby,
so there are so many concepts of how corporations work that we can learn from this!
Twitter is a public company which means that they sell shares to the public. This means a lot of people actually own the company. If you buy a share you are a part owner. These companies are highly highly regulated by the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) so there are many rules and procedures they need to follow. The other format is to be a private company. This is how every company starts. If you open a business with your friend and you both share the ownership, you have a private company. These are regulated *A LOT* less and you can basically be a black box (not share any information with the public or the government). Why then would you go public? Well, when you share sells you get a lot of money in one go. You say "hey here is a piece of the company, give me $100 for it." Feels like free money! it is not, obviously, but it is quick money. Why would you buy a share? Well by owning the company, you get to profit when the company does well. These are called dividends. After the company has paid all its bills and commitments, they get the rest of the profit and distribute among the shareholders.
So back to Musk, he is a major shareholder (SH) of twitter which means he owns a huge part of the company. SHs get to vote on who are the directors of a company which are basically the highest level of authority of a company. In turn, the directors choose management people like the CEO, COO, CFO etc. (the c-suite). Being a large shareholder, he got to choose (basically) some of the directors which means a lot of influence in the company. Still, there were plenty of other SHs so he didn't get his say automatically. When he talks about "not trusting management" what he is actually saying is that he can't elect all the members of the Board (who will in turn listen to him about who to choose for management).
He decides then that he wants to own all of twitter so he can control all of it. Buying an entire public company is called "going private" because it would go back to only one person owning and the public would not have access to shares. But how do you do that? You can't convince every single SH individually to sell their shares (there are thousands!). So you submit a proposal to the Board. You say "Hey, I want to buy the rest of the company. I will buy the other 50% of the company at $150/share." This is called a "tender offer." The Board then votes on whether to recommend or not to the SHs to sell their shares. The price will be at a premium which means the shares are gonna be bought for more than they are worth so that is why the SHs will want to sell. Musk offered a 50% premium which is INSANELY high. basically what happened is called a "hostile takeover." Or almost one, depends on how you define it. The Board is now in a tough spot: they are MANDATED by law to act in a manner to make the most money to the SHs and this is a great offer! If you owned 1M in twitter stock, you'd end up with 1.5M dollars in a snap. But the Board is usually like the heart of the company – they dont want to kill their company by selling it to anyone. It's a real pickle. It usually doesn't happen like this as not a lot of people have $45B hanging out. At the end of the day, the Board had to sell it otherwise they would have been sued by the SHs.
This is a small explanation of what happened.
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affluentmelanin · 23 days ago
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abbimoon · a day ago
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unbelievable-facts · a month ago
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primedaily · 23 days ago
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hyun-itos · a month ago
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great-and-small · 11 months ago
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Send this one to your business major friends to make them question reality
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prokopetz · 10 months ago
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The thing you’ve gotta understand about the drive to get people back in the office is that it isn’t just about cruelty, or bosses being control freaks (though that’s certainly part of it); it’s also about the fact that the greater part of the managerial class don’t actually do anything.
Now, don’t get me wrong, management in the sense of having someone whose specific job it is to keep track of what’s going on, facilitate communication, and generally insulate the people doing the actual work from administrative distractions is an essential part of any large undertaking, but most so-called managers don’t actually do any of that – they foist it on subordinates instead. In a best-case scenario, that means an administrative assistant is doing all the real work; more typically, some poor sucker on the production floor is effectively doing two jobs, their manager’s and their own.
The upshot is that there’s a whole class of middle managers who are terrified that if people keep working from home for much longer, the company brass are going to realise that they can save a ton of money by optimising those middle mangers right out of the equation. It’s a fair question whether this would actually happen, mind you, as keeping those those do-nothing managerial positions around has other benefits (e.g., nepotism, money laundering, the ability to dangle said positions over people’s heads as rewards, etc.), but that’s the fear that’s in play.
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