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New research by the Reuters Institute and Oxford University looks at the effect of tools such as aggregators, search engines and social networks on people’s information diet, concluding that their use tends, in general, to generate more diverse sources than when we simply visit our preferred media pages. A conclusion that, in principle, would challenge Eli Pariser’s well-known theories regarding […]
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Many of us see the stock market as an investment engine for building companies and generating wealth, but the truth is that the stock market works more like an extraction engine. It depletes corporations while contributing to the concentration of wealth. The Stock Market is an Aftermarket Our distorted view of the stock market starts when we believe that buying shares in a publicly-traded company actually invests […]
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This article was originally published here: Chesline Pierre-Paul – CEO of Chesline Pierre-Paul Chesline Pierre-Paul combines her disruptive instincts with lateral thinking to alter the perceptions of others. What’s your story? I am a unicorn. I am a disruptor, a media & language activist, poet, anti-colonialist, transformation coach, and social impact expert on innovation, economic […]

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