Network neutrality decision likely won’t go to Supreme Court

Jay Owen Wealth of Networks

June 16, 2016 Broadband Network neutrality decision likely won’t go to Supreme Court Read more Inside Publici Center wins awards from Society of Professional Journalists’ D.C. chapter Read more Inside Publici Two Center projects win Kaleidoscope Awards for diversity coverage Read more Source Check Anti-Hillary Clinton super PAC backed by …

HUGE NEWS (Net Neutrality)

Jay Owen Wealth of Networks

Breaking: A federal court just rejected an effort by Comcast and their allies to overturn Net Neutrality!1 This is a huge win—but our opposition refuses to quit. In fact, Paul Ryan literally announced plans TODAY for legislation that would undermine this court’s decision.2 And the lawyers representing Comcast will push …

PBS series Visionaries to feature NCBA CLUSA in hour-long special on cooperative movement

Jay Owen Socially Responsible Investing, Sustainability News, Wealth of Networks

PBS series Visionaries to feature NCBA CLUSA in hour-long special on cooperative movement What do a coffee farmer, pickle maker, board game entrepreneur, Mozambican doctor, funeral director, beer brewer, grocery store deli clerk and president of a credit union have in common? They are all members of the global cooperative …

11 Platform Cooperatives Creating a Real Sharing Economy

Jay Owen Community Development Solutions, Global Citizenship, Wealth of Networks

11 platform cooperatives creating a real sharing economy As “death star platforms” such as Airbnb and Uber continue their pursuit of global domination, an alternative is rising in its wake. Read more » > HOUSING Eugene tiny house villages model innovative solutions to homelessnessA nonprofit, self-managed community of low-cost tiny …

Corporate Governance: the chaotic power of financial giants

Ethical Markets - R Reforming Global Finance, Wealth of Networks, Advisors' Forum, Ethical Markets Review, Information Technology (IT)

Ladislau Dowbor[1] March 7, 2016 There is a growing fear that the costs of global reach,  in terms of regulation and complexity, exceed the potential benefits.  ~The Economist, March 7th 2015 We are slowly beginning to understand the complexity of the corporate system, which today, for better or for worse …