Paradise Papers

David Marchant, founder and CEO of OffshoreAlert, makes the opening remarks Monday at the media company’s annual North American conference. The fight between offshore law firm Appleby and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists over the publication of the firm’s client data in the international press continued at the annual OffshoreAlert conference in Miami on […]

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Novia Global, the Bath, England-based international platform service, has unveiled what it’s calling a “Trustee Investment Governance Service” to help trust companies that are interested in professional assistance with respect to their investment policy statements, and which otherwise wish to review their arrangements with discretionary managers. The new-to-market service, which Novia Global says is low-priced, […]

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<!– googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1487274940028-0’); }); –> FOR followers of Indonesian national politics it will feel like déjà vu, as Prabowo Subianto and the incumbent President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo look to re-face each other for the top job next year in a presidential rematch. The former general has been a contentious figure, but nonetheless remains widely popular […]

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A Malaysiakini project that highlights the problem of malapportionment in the electoral system has been shortlisted for the annual Global Editors Network (GEN) Data Journalism Awards. The Undi Power game allows users to find out how ‘powerful’ their vote is compared to voters of other constituencies, based on the electoral roll of the first quarter of 2016. The project demonstrates how […]

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But whether it’s a company’s associations with the NRA, holes in its data security, or unfair treatment of labor in its supply chain, traditional “reputation management” doesn’t work as well as it once did. Here’s why. Stronger activism is the corollary of weak or uncertain regulation Moves by the Trump administration to weaken or dismantle […]

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John Bolton is back! Bolton is ridiculously bad. But the key two words in the above sentence are not his name, they are “is back”. Bad as Bolton is, he is not the problem. Bad as Donald Trump, who brought him back, is, he’s not the problem. The problem is “them” – Republicans. Self-designated conservatives. […]

Democracy is under attack in the United States and around the world. For example, recent elections in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy featured far-right candidates with explicitly nationalist agendas, and many of their parties gained record numbers of seats in their respective parliaments. The Brexit vote in the United Kingdom meanwhile signaled a desire […]

Graph databases powered the Paradise Papers reporting and other complex data research. Shutterstock Graph databases facilitate discovery and analysis closely connected facts. This post is one of a series that introduces the fundamentals of NOSQL databases, and their role in Big Data Analytics. What is a graph database? Graph databases organize facts into connected bundles, […]

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