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12 Feb
A student who set up a not-for-profit project in lockdown has helped 3,000 refugees out of period poverty. Ella Lambert, 21, who studies at the University of Bristol, launched the Pachamama Project last year. The initiative which has 1,000 volunteers globally, makes and distributes reusable sanitary pads to refugees.
30 Apr 2021
Daniel Rwehura is a pioneer of cockroach breeding in Tanzania. After an intense information e-campaign, he has conquered the support of consumers, the government, and universities to produce cockroach protein in the country.
12 Feb 2021
Disney's shares have rallied after the company reported better than expected results for its latest quarter. Sales came in at €16.2 billion, down 22 percent from the previous year, amid a continuing hit from the pandemic. But its streaming business Disney+ is continuing to grow as people stay home for longer, offsetting losses made at its theme parks that have suffered months of shutdown. Plus, as dining out is not an option for many couples this Valentine's Day, a handful of hotels in Brussels are offering quality time and fancy dinners for two – in guest rooms.
30 Jan 2021
A new pharmaceutical company ranking has said the industry is slowly improving access to medicine in low and middle-income countries. But it only mobilized on COVID once the pandemic became a threat to rich countries.
29 Oct 2020
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5 Aug 2020
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24 Jul 2020
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31 Aug 2019
Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber Technologies Inc. chief executive officer, discusses the company's profitability and outlook with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Markets."
23 Jun 2017
Recent gains made on Nigeria’s Stock Exchange are under pressure from profit taking on the index.
29 Apr 2017
FCMB records n14.34bn profit after tax.
6 Jan 2017
Bloomberg Intelligence’s Eric Balchunas discusses how Vanguard attracted a record $305 billion last year, including $93 billion that went into ETFs.

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