Monthly Archives: October 2015

Tasks before the new FIRS Boss

The federal government has its eyes on the agency saddled with collection of taxes in Nigeria. It is evident that the government realizes that taxation is the only source of sustainable revenue to finance government expenditure. The recent appointment of … Continue reading

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Stephen Harper: The political outsider who sought a conservative revolution

He came to power as an outsider from Calgary determined to knock down the eastern establishment and make conservatism a powerful force in Canada. A decade later, Stephen Harper leaves office with only some of his objectives achieved and with … Continue reading

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Why I Unfollowed You on Instagram- by Ian C. Rogers

The Social Network is Yesterday, The Interest Feed is Tomorrow In October 2011 I gave a presentation called The Race To Be Trusted. I was pulling on a thread handed to me by Andy Weissman regarding the evolution of Internet … Continue reading

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How to turn a city into a startup hub

Tel Aviv has quickly become one of the most successful startup ecosystems in the world, recently listed as the fifth best startup ecosystem globally, and the number one ecosystem outside of the United States. This relatively young, nonstop city has … Continue reading

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Why Israel is leading fintech innovation- Avi Zeevi

Over the past couple of decades, Israel has developed a strong fintech ecosystem thanks to continued overseas interest, a local commitment to innovation, and a community that’s dedicated to addressing the emerging needs of this industry. The Israeli fintech industry … Continue reading

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