January 2018

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Contributed By: Mike Phipps Finance on

Here’s a scenario. Imagine that you have accidentally killed someone or maybe you have committed a major white-collar crime such as embezzlement. Now, imagine that you’ve gotten away with it. Years have passed and you’re in the clear. Trouble is, you are overwhelmed with guilt. Maybe you’ve had a change of heart, or just genuinely become a better person, and you wish to set things right. What should you do? Turning yourself in might give a sense of relief, closure and justice to those affected by your crime, but it will also cost the state a whole lot of money to investigate your crimes andRead More →

Contributed By: Nick Gorrell on

The World of technology relentlessly changes how we do day to day activities that we currently take for granted, we have seen the likes of google, airbnb, uber and VR come from nowhere to become the accepted norms. I recently found this interesting video on a service being used for property management in California US and thought that you would enjoy watching it. While I suspect that this service may not be the final answer to providing ultra efficient and cost effective rental agents (quite a few of the prospective tenants I have met are more likely to ‘borrow’ the robots than politely interact withRead More →