Monthly Archives: April 2018
The wolf from Wall Street spreads the infection, or Why you should not trust “patented professionals”
If you, like me, watched a series about Dr. House, you should remember how passionately he diagnosed lupus with everyone: a disease in which the immune system takes its own organism for a foreign one and begins to fight it.
I always had a lot of fun when, once again it turned out that this was not lupus, but a commonplace cold. And also because where House has an anomaly and rarity, in business – one part of the body, due to some mistakes, kills the other – this is routine and routine. Continue reading
When a bankruptcy proceeds, everything: creditors, a debtor, a bankruptcy trustee – are driven by a simple motive – to receive money. This gives rise to the struggle for the elusive property of the bankrupt, which, as a rule, is not enough for everyone. Continue reading