And when students around the world complained about the problems with invigilation tools, the CEOs of these massively profitable ed-tech profiteers did what any responsible exec would do: they doxxed their underaged critics. 5/
This year, CEOs and politicians have been eager to weepily indict “systemic racism”—but they’ve been unsurprisingly quiet on the problem of institutional racism.
Their reasons range from pragmatic (a more progressive candidate would raise taxes more) to ideological (some say they are worried about democracy). One PE exec: “For people who are in the business of hiring and firing C.E.O.s, Donald Trump should have been fired a while ago.”
This is what a rigged and corrupt economy looks like: -Stock market: Best monthly gains in 33 years -Unemployment: Worst since the Great Depression We have got to fundamentally change the economy. ceos'>Wall Street CEOs should not be profiteering off of so much pain and suffering.
1. Excellent. I’ve never seen a more transparent, thorough, and professional presentation and discussion of a national and serious health matter by any president or administration — surrounded by experts and CEOs — as I saw today.