An accounting shocker at Israel Electric Corporation
Some 40% of the utility’s wage costs were listed as capital spending on fixed assets.
Two weeks ago I wrote an article in which I described the difference between taking small, symbolic actions that have no significant consequences, and the implementation of large moves that have substantial effects. The argument was that because attention often focuses on symbols, it is easy to confuse token steps with meaningful ones.
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