The Long Tail of Small Business

Whenever we see “business” depicted on the news, we see images of office buildings, factories, coal mines… And yet of the 3 million active registered businesses in Australia, fully 72 percent don’t have any employees.

The median business is actually a single man or woman — likely to be a sole trader because sole traders are the most common form of businesses (39%), followed by proprietary limited companies (26%).

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“Gospel of Judas” Published

As reported in The New York Times, an early Christian manuscript including the only known text of what is known as the Gospel of Judas has surfaced after 1,700 years.

In this version, Jesus asked Judas, as a close friend, to sell him out to the authorities, telling Judas he will “exceed” the other disciples by doing so.

Though some theologians have hypothesized this, scholars who have studied the new-found text said, this is the first time an ancient document defends the idea.

They also link to a National Geographic feature where you can explore the document in Coptic and an English translation.