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Editorial: Promoting Greater Fiscal Discipline in Government

Caixin Online 15 Aug 2022
Proposals to impose budget constraints on governments are hardly new ... Governments have made remarkable achievements in controlling the construction of luxurious office buildings and vanity projects. Governments at all levels are paying more attention to the effectiveness of spending and supervision of their finances ... .
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Industry’s Toughest Critics? That Would Be Creators Mickey Down and Konrad Kay

Vanity Fair 01 Aug 2022
They say write what you know, but Mickey Down and Konrad Kay can admit that the first draft of their buzzy HBO finance drama Industry may have hit a little too close to home ... Vanity Fair ... Do you think season one was cold because it was more autobiographical in nature than season two? Did either of you meet any sociopaths when you worked in finance?.
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Flatley’s spy thriller will be on screen in jig time

The Times/The Sunday Times 19 Jul 2022
The Irish public will finally get to see Michael Flatley’s 2018 self-financed spy thriller Blackbird on September 2.
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The Troubling Story Behind Hulu's New Documentary Victoria's Secret: Angels and Demons

Time 19 Jul 2022
In 2003, Epstein told Vanity Fair that he shared a special bond with Wexner ... “If my client needs protecting—sometimes even from his own family—then it’s often better that people hate me, not the client,” Epstein once said, according to Vanity Fair.
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The Troubling Story Behind Hulu’s New Documentary Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons

Time Magazine 19 Jul 2022
In 2003, Epstein told Vanity Fair that he shared a special bond with Wexner ... “If my client needs protecting—sometimes even from his own family—then it’s often better that people hate me, not the client,” Epstein once said, according to Vanity Fair.
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Behind the crisis in Sri Lanka – how political and economic mismanagement combined to plunge ...

The Lufkin News 19 Jul 2022
Neil DeVotta, Wake Forest University ... The Conversation U.S ... Can you talk us through the latest events? ... Through the conflict, the Sri Lankan government ran national deficits to finance the counterinsurgency ... What the country instead got was “blingfrastructure” – vanity projects, often financed by China, that were dogged by corruption and graft ... ....
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The spark behind Sri Lanka’s incendiary implosion

Asiatimes 19 Jul 2022
Can you talk us through the latest events?. What happened in Sri Lanka was really quite revolutionary ... Photo ... Through the conflict, the Sri Lankan government ran national deficits to finance the counterinsurgency ... What the country instead got was “blingfrastructure” – vanity projects, often financed by China, that were dogged by corruption and graft.
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Tap Gun? After years of fevered speculation, Michael Flatley’s ‘missing’ action film Blackbird is finally set for release

Irish Independent 16 Jul 2022
Until now, that is.The trailer for has lived up to every expectation that aficionados of deeply bizarre vanity projects could have ... He was clear that “I didn’t finance it because I wanted to make a vanity project...we’ve since had several offers already for people to come in and take the film, which is really good.
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Blackbird, spy film starring and directed by Michael Flatley, finally comes to cinemas

The Irish Times 14 Jul 2022
The film will come to cinemas on September 2nd, four years after it was made ... After years of speculation, it has been confirmed that Michael Flatley’s Blackbird, a largely self-financed spy thriller, will open in Ireland on September 2nd ... “I didn’t finance it because I wanted to make a vanity project,” Flatley told the Hollywood Reporter ... .
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Fortune favors the brave not always

The Morganton News Herald 28 Jun 2022
And that’s what has happened to the finances of crypto “investors” suckered by a marketing campaign that preyed on their vanity and their laziness. The crypto ads centered on bucking authority, mocking experts and ridiculing government ... What was the moment? It was engaging in “decentralized finance” — “DeFi” for the hip ... Bitcoin, the No ... +2 ... .
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Froma Harrop: Fortune doesn't always favors the brave

Rocky Mount Telegram 23 Jun 2022
And that’s what has happened to the finances of crypto “investors” suckered by a marketing campaign that preyed on their vanity and their laziness. The crypto ads centered on bucking authority, mocking experts and ridiculing government ... What was the moment? It was engaging in “decentralized finance” — “DeFi” for the hip ... Bitcoin, the No ... ....
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Froma Harrop: Fortune doesn't always favor the brave

Rocky Mount Telegram 23 Jun 2022
And that’s what has happened to the finances of crypto “investors” suckered by a marketing campaign that preyed on their vanity and their laziness. The crypto ads centered on bucking authority, mocking experts and ridiculing government ... What was the moment? It was engaging in “decentralized finance” — “DeFi” for the hip ... Bitcoin, the No ... ....
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Froma Harrop: Fortune favors the brave? Not always

The Joplin Globe 23 Jun 2022
And that’s what has happened to the finances of crypto “investors” suckered by a marketing campaign that preyed on their vanity and their laziness. The crypto ads centered on bucking authority, mocking experts and ridiculing government ... What was the moment? It was engaging in “decentralized finance” — “DeFi” for the hip ... Bitcoin, the No ... .
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Fortune favors the brave, not always

The Daily Independent - Ashland 22 Jun 2022
And that’s what has happened to the finances of crypto “investors” suckered by a marketing campaign that preyed on their vanity and their laziness. The crypto ads centered on bucking authority, mocking experts and ridiculing government ... What was the moment? It was engaging in “decentralized finance” — “DeFi” for the hip ... Bitcoin, the No ... .
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OP-ED: Fortune favors the brave not always

Observer-Reporter 22 Jun 2022
And that’s what has happened to the finances of crypto “investors” suckered by a marketing campaign that preyed on their vanity and their laziness. The crypto ads centered on bucking authority, mocking experts and ridiculing government ... What was the moment? It was engaging in “decentralized finance” – “DeFi” for the hip ... Bitcoin, the No ... ....

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