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Tech, Trust, and Women’s Role in Creating the Future

Cecilia Harvey’s jaw-dropping career was launched by a chance careers-day visit to Wall Street. Today, she is a woman on a mission. Several missions, actually. One of those missions is to reverse a crisis of trust in technology. “Now is

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Investors Depart as Tech Stocks Come Under Assault

Zoom zonked out this week. Investors dumped shares in the videoconferencing service during a wholesale selloff that drove the company’s shares over the cliff, lopping 17 percent off its market cap on Monday and another 6 percent yesterday. A more

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Big Tech Five Cash In on Pandemic

Big Tech is on a high. Yesterday, four of the five FAAAM giants published their quarterly results and surprised Wall Street analysts with a stronger than expected revenue growth over Q3. Year-on-year, the quartet (Facebook, Alphabet, Amazon, and Apple) registered

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Rainmaker: Revolutionary Water Supply Solutions That Are Needed Now More Than Ever

Across our entire planet, less than three percent of water is fresh. Of this, only 0.5 percent is accessible — and much of it has become contaminated by pollution and untreated wastewater. The reality is that over two billion people

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Q&A with IBM’s Bashar Kilani: Need for New Skills Emerging as We Re-Imagine and Transition to the New Normal

Bashar Kilani oversees IBM business in the Gulf countries and the Levant, working with clients and partners across industries. In this Q and A, CFI.co asks Kilani about the effects of coronavirus on business in the region, and more. Tell

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Coming to a Filling Station Near You: Green Hydrogen Pumps to Power Fuel Cell Electric Cars

New market dynamics have come into play, the electric car market is surging — and there is stronger growth to come. Thousands of new green hydrogen pumps at filling stations are planned to power fuel cell batteries and electric motor

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Pandemic Gives Boost to Illicit Trade

A corrosive agent in many guises that threatens public health, depresses growth, undermines good governance, and degrades the environment, illicit trade permeates global society and stunts development. It now represents an estimated 3.3 percent of the world economy. Though that

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Real Cutting Edge in Cancer Care is Centred on Radiation Therapy

Swedish company Elekta brings together science, technology and clinical intelligence to revolutionise cancer care. For almost five decades, Elekta has been a leader in precision radiation medicine. Radiation therapy is a critical cancer treatment, used on its own or in

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Ian Fletcher, Director IBM IBV: The Trust Economy – What’s My Data Worth?

How Do Organisations Ensure We Get a Fair Return? The driving force behind “stakeholder capitalism” – the theme of this year’s World Economic Forum meeting at Davos – is the conviction that businesses should balance the needs of all their

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Water to the Rescue? Danish Firm’s Solution to Energy Generation Riddle

By Lúcia Carvalho Andersen New Integrated Energy Sustainability Technology Ready for Africa Solar and wind energy are widely used and produce amazing results. The problem — until now — has been that the energy produced has to be immediately consumed.

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