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DUNLEVY: Strong emotional health highly important aspect of life

It goes without saying that there is a gap, and perhaps a necessary one between personal and professional relations. Unhealthy dynamics make both profoundly unpleasant and there are some common constituents between the two, but there is an essential and marked difference between the two in regards to their raison d’etre.  


LEYZEROVYCH: Fink's proclamation wildly concerning

For those who have been keeping up with the global financial markets as I have, above the complexities of quarterly reports, geopolitical tussles and pandemic emergencies, there can be found the big, brand new thing of Wall Street: Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) investing. 


MAI: Climate activism’s core consists of economic radicalism

The annual gathering of business leaders, heads of state and cultural elites in the Swiss Alps for the World Economic Forum (WEF) last week showcased two starkly different approaches for thinking about climate change — one defined by hysteria and destructive radicalism, and the other focused on harnessing human ingenuity by promoting free enterprise. 

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