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19 May 2020
Tanzanian schoolkids need to stay at home during the COVID-19 crisis. They are dependent on a variety of media and technologies for their school lessons. Children living in poverty have — once again — been left behind.
20 Sep 2019
Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates talks about the impact of climate change on poorer countries and his view that more government subsidies should be directed toward emerging technologies such as renewable energy storage and offshore wind. Gates spoke to Bloomberg Television's Erik Schatzker in Seattle.
8 Sep 2019
Palantir Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Officer Alex Karp discusses the firm's contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, co-founder and chairman Peter Thiel 's support of President Donald Trump, and the possibility of an initial public offering in 2019.
20 Aug 2019
The renewable energy sector in Kenya is among the most active in Africa. In Kenya, investment grew from virtually zero in 2009 to US$1.3 billion in 2010 across technologies such as wind, geothermal, small-scale hydro and biofuels.
19 May 2019
In 1966, Australia switched from pounds to decimal currency. The country’s central bank issued a new range of banknotes with modern safety features - including watermarks, woven metal thread and raised print. But these technologies couldn’t prevent a $900,000 swindle.
29 Apr 2019
Military spending has surged across the globe, according to a new report published by SIPRI. With new advances in defense technologies, countries are spending more to gain an edge.
13 Sep 2018
Jose Rene Gregory D. Almendras, President & CEO of AC Infrastructure, an Ayala Company, Yan Li, Co-founder & CEO of Niu Technologies, Colin Rhys, Vice President, Middle East & Asia of Virgin Hyperloop One speak with Bloomberg's Melissa Cheok at Bloomberg Sooner Than You Think summit in Singapore.
25 Aug 2017
Ade Bajumo, Executive Director of Market Operations at the NSE joins CNBC Africa to discuss the role that innovative technologies could play in Nigeria's financial markets.

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