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Kubrick is the same guy, remember, who had just made the future look so gorgeously pristine in 2001. But as time catches up with fictional futures, the one thing you realize is that they’re never as nuanced as real life. They’re all either light or dark, utopias or dystopias.
Beginning in the 1970s, Nike faced widespread criticism for labor practices in overseas factories where its shoes were manufactured. Initially, Nike denied responsibility for these abuses, noting that it did not own the factories.But as with many cases of corporate social responsibility, pressure from activists and institutional investors influenced corporate behavior. During the 1990s, following protests at more than 40 universities holding contracts with Nike, the company shifted tactics, adopting a code of conduct for its suppliers and collaborating with Greenpeace to eliminate hazardous chemicals in the factories that produced its goods.While these kinds of actions often involve a certain degree of change in corporate culture an increased emphasis on employee safety, for example they also are about branding, something that has become increasingly valuable in today’s economy.
Nancy Belcourt looks out from her porch in Santa Clara, Cuba, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. Fidel Castro’s death unleashed powerful public emotions in Cuba. The CTF would not release video of the speech, which was closed to the public and most media, and the Tax Court of Canada declined an interview request with Chief Justice Rossiter. However, the Financial Post spoke to three accountants and tax lawyers who attended the speech and took written notes during the event.Cathie Brayley, a partner at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver, quoted Rossiter as saying that will ensue following Ottawa proposed changes, and that because of a rise in appeals and shortage of resources, is going down, and stress is going up, for people involved in Tax Court of Canada proceedings.Rossiter also suggested that a current shortage of judges at the tax court could force it to dial back the frequency of sittings, as well as restrict the number of locations that the court visits, the people in attendance said.The Tax Court of Canada is different from other courts in that judges travel to various locations around Canada in order to hear appeals from taxpayers. The court currently has 23 judges who visit 59 communities around Canada, according to its website.comments were very open and honest, and there was a sense of frustration, said Peter Weissman, a partner at Cadesky Tax and Associates LLP in Toronto, who also attended the speech.The Liberal Party shuttered the judicial advisory committee (JAC) of the Tax Court of Canada soon after it entered office in late 2015.