S!D-N!D Ki KhiChd! No. 2
2. He played his early cricket for the Police Club, in Barbados, and in his biography, Twenty Years at the Top, tells the story of playing as a fifteen-year-old boy against one of the stronger clubs, Empire, and being hit in the mouth trying to hook their fast bowler. ‘It didn’t frighten me,’ he said. ‘I was ready to start again—and the next bouncer would go out of the ground.’
3. It is the basis of agency theory, whereby an appointed agent needs to demonstrate that they have exercised due discretion in the execution of the principal’s best interests— although academics for many years have pointed out the implicit encouragement, because of the existence of reward structures that benefit the agent, for that agent to falsify records.
4. The first use of this concept was when Homer (9th or 8th century B.C.E.), in the “Iliad,” describes Haephestus, the Greek god of the forge, as having golden maid servants that “look like young girls who could speak and walk and were filled with intelligence and wisdom.”.
5. Isaac Singer, who made improvements to an existing model of a sewing machine, wanted to increase the distribution of his sewing machines. His effort, though unsuccessful in the long run, was among the first _____efforts in the United States.