It's a global industry. You sell your products worldwide. Why shouldn't you have to compete against global talent?
To be fair, does a company like reddit need a lot of talent? It's basically just a big website and doesn't produce any of its own content.
Bad negotiators will be undervalued in the market so they should be able to pick up the same talent for less.
Except they're not trying to hire negotiators.
Except it's generally men who get to decide what 'wrong' negotiating is and that's what the problem is.
After development, trees are usually planted - sometimes where there used to be no trees. What is the net gain/loss of trees across ALL development, not just development taking place in a forest...
A forest is an ecosystem, not just a bunch of trees.
Actually, they finished filming a lot earlier, but Clarkson decided to go drinking for several hours whilst the helicopter waited for him. By the time he returned to the hotel the chef had gone home. It was entirely his own fault.
They might get a fine that's a token of their purse.
? One thing for sure, you would hear a lot less of the "I'm gonna rape you so hard" trash-talking of eSports.
Oh yeah boxers never talk shit about opponents.
A hundred years ago, you could have said the same thing about horses. Industry created more, and safer jobs for horses. Horses that were no longer needed in a cavalry charge could be redeployed to pull a canal barge or an omnibus. Until the internal combustion engine came along and no-one needed horses anymore.
Pirates will always have something to morally justify it to their own conscience, there's no point pandering to them.
By that logic, why don't they sell games cheaper in the west to people on lower incomes?
Yeah there are no interesting platformers and sidescrollers like Super Mario 3D World, Shovel Knight, Super Meat Boy, no interesting RPGs like Dark Souls or Skyrim, and if you think there are no innovative gameplay mechanics then you must have stopped playing games years ago. I could name a hundred innovative games released in the last five years alone.
Sick of these old farts 'oh it were better in my day'. Yeah better when you had an Atari with 4000 space games that consisted of pressing a button to shoot a pixel at aliens.
If you have access to the ATM physically, why not just take the cash there and then?
Except the least educated areas all vote Labour.