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Since 2002, the Gates Foundation has spent US$377.6mil in China across 271 grants largely focusing on preventing disease, including Covid-19. The billionaires’ divorce appears amicable and is unlikely to impact their charity in the short term.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. securities regulator is considering measures to require big investors to disclose more about short positions, or bets that stocks will fall, use of derivatives to bet on other stock moves and to protect small investors from trading apps that use features common to video games in order to boost risky trading activity.
Bill and Melinda Gates, who for decades have overseen one of history’s greatest fortunes and philanthropic operations, said they plan to divorce. Bill and Melinda Gates said on May 3 that they were divorcing after 27 years of marriage.
Yes, the Porsche Taycan is flying out of dealerships. And yes, it charges faster than a knife fight in a phone booth. But you may not have heard much about the most vanguard feature on Stuttgart’s newest electric whip.
Internet access has become a necessity thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The “Mayflower 400” – the world’s first intelligent ship – bobs gently in a light swell as it stops its engines in Plymouth Sound, off England’s southwest coast, before self-activating a hydrophone designed to listen to whales.
(Reuters) - Salesforce.com Inc on Thursday said its supplier contracts will now require companies that do business with it such as airlines to set carbon-reduction goals and deliver products and services on a carbon-neutral basis, making it the latest U.S. company to take steps to address climate change.
South Korea's carbon neutrality plans could be delayed due to opposition from fishermen, who are protesting the intrusion of off-shore wind turbines.
Executives from Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc’s YouTube were pressed by lawmakers on April 27 on how user content is shared and highlighted on their platforms through algorithms that one senator said can be misused, “driving us into poisonous echo chambers”.
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Max Polyakov, an ultra-wealthy entrepreneur with ambitions of building a space transportation empire, has acquired South African satellite maker Dragonfly Aerospace, he told Reuters.