Concerned that bright eyed youngsters might be pushing themselves too hard after a London intern Moritz Erhardt was found dead after working 72 hours straight, the Goldman Sachs has introduced new rules that limit intern working hours from only 7am to midnight.
Americans currently owe $1.6 trillion in student debt and that figure is expected to rise t0 $2 trillion in 2022. Study after study has shown that this debt is not only unsustainable, but a severe drag on the economy. People in severe debt don't spend money, don't start business and are always looking at ways to cut costs - in other words, the exact behavior that leads to recession. So what is the purpose of this insane system?
Welcome to the future of big cities. A future filled with gigantic assholes with lots and lots of money, all of whom want to let you know just how f*cking rich they are. God help us all.
The governor of the Bank of England wants to increase the size of the UK financial sector. Can bankers be trusted to determine what's best for the economy? Would you trust a sex addict with fidelity?