576. No one wants to hear you talk about your health, your dreams, your diet, or your money. - (via Mrs. Maria Matthiessen on This American LIfe)
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|Stage winner David Millar rides in a breakaway in the twelfth stage on July 13, 2012.|
|(Left to right) Peter Sagan, Gorka Izaguirre, Philippe Gilbert, and Sandy Casar sprint at the finish line of the 14th stage in Foix on July 15, 2012|
"The real threat is not a bank's management hiding things from us: it's the management not knowing themselves what the risks are, either because nobody realises it or because some people are keeping it from their bosses."A wide-ranging public inquiry could bring out the deeply problematic scale and complexity of global banks. It could show that most banking employees do not have headline-grabbing salaries. And it could get some of those regular employees to talk about how their bank is a zero-trust, zero-loyalty environment, creating a culture of fear that makes sounding the alarm or blowing the whistle so unlikely.