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This New Ad Campaign Shows The Faces Of Global Poverty–And Opportunity - Fast Company


Fast Company

This New Ad Campaign Shows The Faces Of Global Poverty–And Opportunity
Fast Company
This New Ad Campaign Shows The Faces Of Global Poverty–And Opportunity. For World Poverty Day, nonprofit venture capital fund Acumen debuts a series of portraits of people living on less than $5 a day–and show how the projects it's funded are helping.

Hindustan Zinc trails global price hikes, can rise more - Economic Times


Economic Times

Hindustan Zinc trails global price hikes, can rise more
Economic Times
The Anil Agarwal-owned company is seeking to raise by 30 per cent the output of zinc that trails only iron, aluminium, and copper in global usage of primary metals. The capacity expan sion is likely in the next 30 months, and analysts expect the zinc ...

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Netflix Gains 5.3M Global Subs In Q3 As Stock Sets Record; Says Bid For Weinstein Co “Extremely Unlikely” - Deadline


Deadline

Netflix Gains 5.3M Global Subs In Q3 As Stock Sets Record; Says Bid For Weinstein Co “Extremely Unlikely”
Deadline
The global tally now stands at 104 million. In the quarter, Netflix added 850,000 new customers in the U.S., to hit 52.77 million overall, and internationally it signed up 4.45 million for a total of 56.48 million. The news sent company shares through ...

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Global War on Terrorism memorial dedicated in emotional ceremony at National Infantry Museum - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer


Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Global War on Terrorism memorial dedicated in emotional ceremony at National Infantry Museum
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Tyler Norager, a 31-year-old former Army infantryman, struggled to find the right words Monday morning. Now an aircraft engine mechanic in Utah, Norager made the trip to Fort Benning to witness the dedication of the Global War on Terrorism memorial at ...

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Why global battles for independence aren't hurting stocks - CNBC


CNBC

Why global battles for independence aren't hurting stocks
CNBC
Secession attempts are cropping up around the world, but financial markets appear to be shrugging off the risk. "There are independence movements all across the globe that are really starting to create some fracture, from Kirkuk to Catalonia to the U.K ...

UN calls for global solidarity ahead of pledging conference on Rohingya refugee crisis - UN News Centre


UN News Centre

UN calls for global solidarity ahead of pledging conference on Rohingya refugee crisis
UN News Centre
UN calls for global solidarity ahead of pledging conference on Rohingya refugee crisis. Many Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar arrive in Bangladesh under cover of darkness on wooden boats on the beach at Shah Porir Dwip, Teknaf, near Cox's Bazar.

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Proposed New Mexico science standards omit global warming - ABC News


Proposed New Mexico science standards omit global warming
ABC News
A proposed overhaul of New Mexico's state science standards for public schools came under intense criticism Monday at a packed public hearing in the state capital for omitting or deleting references to global warming, evolution and the age of the Earth.

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Global Warming Aids Gold Miners' Pursuit Of Cold, Hard Cash In Northern Canada - Forbes


Forbes

Global Warming Aids Gold Miners' Pursuit Of Cold, Hard Cash In Northern Canada
Forbes
It's an uncomfortable topic for some in the mining industry, but global warming is helping to make some of the multimillion-ounce gold deposits once trapped under glaciers and permafrost in or near northern Canada into some of the most attractive ...

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Global stocks rise as finance leaders back easy money - Chicago Tribune


Global stocks rise as finance leaders back easy money
Chicago Tribune
Global stock markets rose Monday after leaders of global finance appealed at a weekend meeting of the International Monetary Fund for a continuation of low-interest rate policies to keep economic recoveries on track. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX rose ...

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Hugh Evans: Being a global citizen - CNBC


CNBC

Hugh Evans: Being a global citizen
CNBC
Neil Young, the Foo Fighters, the Black Keys and John Legend performed at 2012's first Global Citizen Festival in the U.S. and 60,000 people watched from the park's Great Lawn. But unlike the original Live Aid, this wasn't an event people could buy ...