Also... One GLARING misstep in the article. The data/publications that Dan used for his wage increase idea far predates any of this.
Here's discussion in 2010 on the topic.
So here's the thing... Does a CEO plan to raise everyone's wage and announce it in less than two weeks? How far in advance would someone consider and discuss these things with key people before doing them?
It's reasonable to think the author of this article is drawing too many conclusions for the sake of hot media. I'll close out their adspace and move on now. *sigh*
....maybe there are two separate things going on here. One is Dan's pay, and the other is how much they're paying everyone else. How is it that they're conflating the two issues so that one seems like a smoke screen for the other? Is there even a rational connection between the two other than being about pay for people within the company?
Is it possible that Dan wants to get paid a lot, but also wants everyone else to get paid well? Clearly the motivations to pay everyone else well are quite different from the motivations to pay himself lots of money. I think it's more reasonable to consider these as two separate things.
It was about tax breaks, I guarantee it.
And yet Japan and most of Europe are doing great.... Stfu. All I need to beat your bullshit arguments is to look outside. Quit taking classes from your inbred family and get around a little.
....welcome to the real world. It's not so cushy.
You're wrong. Let's all hope they vote its a hoax so that the earth will return to normal. These politicians are like gods, I tell you!
... outside world. From mouth to anus, you are like a squiggly wet cylinder of slimy secretions and supple absorptive tissues.
No. Doing something doesn't mean you're fine with it. It may be an admission to being imperfect and emotional moreso than being fine with violence. You're jumping to conclusions way too fast and simply.
Those rubber stamps are ridiculous. China and India put out waves of certified idiots. What do you expect when you have a system where the majority of students cheat, and are permitted to do so? There are loads of articles on this topic because the tests and applications and such are so frequently cheated.
He didn't say he's fine with it. You're not quoting him for a reason. He said that such response is what will likely happen -- he doesn't say he's fine with it.
It's so insightful! Very well crafted and artistic. Eloquent, if you will.
The thing is, we can already assume that most of the chocolate research will simply tell us that we eat too much of it and it is making us fat. People don't like inconvenient truths, as is found with AGW data. If your job is to basically find out the nitty gritty details about why people should stop doing something they like, you might not have a job for a long time.
no no... no in the uhh.. the FREE market. uhh... someone wants that trash. yeah... don't worry.. its FREE!!
Some toddler tripped over the phone cord.
Karl's version of Parkinson's Law: Work expands to exceed the time alloted it.