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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
For the last 36 hours I am living through a great dilemma. It is absolutely a first world problem but it is also an essential one, for the future of our culture.
If you are a foreigner in Turkey and used Twitter in the last couple of days, you were probably puzzled over the frenzy of the hashtag “organikhosaf.” Let me try to explain it.
It is said that to be a CEO you need to have a different mindset. Some psychologists even say you need to have a lower empathy ability than the rest to be a CEO because you need to be able to fire someone without blinking an eye if you know that it is good for the company, even though you know it would destroy a family.
According to Richard Florida, there are three T’s for any nation to prosper in our time.
Lately, I have written that it would be better if the Istanbul Municipality did not enter competition with private entrepreneurs
My office is at Kolektif House Levent and because of that I have the opportunity to speak with many involved in startups
I have been writing “technology is politics” for years but only now are political columnists jumping on the bandwagon
There is a very interesting debate about digital marketing among technology journalists these days. We are used to banners invading our screens or being tracked by cookies and shown the same advertisements over and over again
The Turkish government is hell-bent over producing a national car brand. There are various reasons for that, but most importantly, having a national car brand would decrease the country’s trade deficit.
Two days ago, the Turkish Business and Industry Association (TÜSİAD) held a conference about STEM-A education and what it means for Turkey. At the end of the report, they had some suggestions as well. The report was prepared in collaboration with PWC.
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