Monthly Archives: January 2012

Europe’s Youth: No hang loose but lose lose

On Friday I interviewed three great candidates for an opening as Marketing Intern* here at Memonic. Three very different career paths joined by a similar conjecture: All in their early thirties, from three different countries, finding that Europe has no … Continue reading

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Once the corner stone of Switzerland the FDP today is detached

Once the FDP – the (in a European sense) liberals – was the corner stone of Switzerland. Their forefathers founded Switzerland and ruled it for roughly 150 years. For the last twenty years they are in permanent (terminal?) decline. An obvious … Continue reading

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A foaming Roger Köppel and North Korean Propaganda Methods

Roger Köppel, editor, publisher & owner of the right wing publication Weltwoche pushed a smear campaign that lead to the resignation of Philipp Hildebrand, the president of the Swiss National Bank. The methods employed are smear tactics at its worst … Continue reading

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Intolerable behavior of Blocher & his right wing trolls

Today Hildebrand, president of the Swiss National Bank quit his job. After a relentless campaign against him by Mr Blocher from the right wing party SVP, he took his leave. In the process Switzerland lost her probably most prominent and … Continue reading

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On important and unimportant matters

The media frenzy on the Swiss National Bank president or the German State President completely outshines any serious topic. A little rant on irresponsible media and society. More in German.

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A little campaign to bring down the Swiss National Bank president

The president of the Swiss National Bank is embroiled in a scandal involving his wife and some dollar purchases at inconvenient moments. Big fuss ensued. Yet the some questions remain unanswered so far. More in German.

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