• Bill And Melinda Gates Are Not Happy About Trump's Budget Proposal

    8 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    In their 10th annual letter, the philanthropists lay out their philosophy for funding global health initiatives-and why the President's budget, which slashes foreign aid, is antithetical to American well-being.
    On February 13, Bill and Melinda Gates released their annual letter-a yearly update on the Gates Foundation , and insights into their work. This year's marked the 10 th anniversary of the letter, and in it, they tackle 10 of the toughest questions about their philanthropic work that they've had to answer in recent years.
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  • Donald Trump To Push His 'America First' Agenda On Elite 'Globalists' In Davos

    Donald Trump To Push His 'America First' Agenda On Elite 'Globalists' In Davos

    8 monthes ago - By Huffington Post

    Trump was never invited to attend the World Economic Forum as a businessman.
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  • Melinda Gates says she and husband Bill share one quality - and it holds an important lesson about successful relationships

    Melinda Gates says she and husband Bill share one quality - and it holds an important lesson about successful relationships

    8 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    In their most recent annual letter for their charitable foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates answered some questions they get often.
    Melinda answered the question, "What happens when the two of you disagree?" by saying she and her husband agree on basic values.
    Relationship experts agree that sharing core values is an important part of a successful relationship.
    Bill and Melinda Gates structured their most recent annual letter for their charitable foundation in a Q&A format.
    One of the questions they answered was " What happens when the two of you disagree? "
    Here's part of Melinda's answer...
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  • Bill Gates says he had a 'great experience' at Harvard - but he doesn't regret dropping out

    Bill Gates says he had a 'great experience' at Harvard - but he doesn't regret dropping out

    8 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Bill Gates discussed what it was like dropping out of Harvard at an event hosted by Lin-Manuel Miranda for the annual Gates Letter.
    He said he loved his time at Harvard, but dropping out to start Microsoft was the right thing to do.
    Gates still thinks that finishing school is best for most people.
    Bill Gates has no regrets about dropping out of Harvard, but he thinks you should stay in school.
    Gates discussed what it was like to take the plunge - leaving a prestigious Ivy League school to start a software company - in an event on Tuesday hosted by the playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda, where...
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  • Here's what it was like to be Mansa Musa, thought to be the richest person in history

    Here's what it was like to be Mansa Musa, thought to be the richest person in history

    8 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    • Billionaires Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffett are currently the three richest men in the world, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index .
    • But 14th century African emperor Musa Keita is widely considered richest person in history.
    • It's impossible to say whether or not Mansa Musa's wealth was exaggerated by his contemporaries.
    • But it certainly had a tremendous impact on global perceptions of Mali - and the economy of Egypt.
    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the wealthiest man in the world, with a net worth of $118 billion. According to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index, his fellow...
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  • Generating Leads With Content: 3 Things Most Businesses Get Wrong

    Generating Leads With Content: 3 Things Most Businesses Get Wrong

    8 monthes ago - By Business 2 Community

    As an entrepreneur, you've almost certainly heard the saying “content is king.”
    This statement, made famous by Bill Gates way back in 1996, has essentially shaped the way marketers have operated for the past two decades.
    For those who are just setting out on their entrepreneurial journey, though, this sentiment can be a bit misleading. Sure, creating content can absolutely help you to gain visibility and generate leads among your target audience. However, the wrong approach to content marketing can cost you a ton of time, money, and energy - and cause a ton of disappointment in the...
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  • Bill Gates says the world is objectively getting better - in spite of Trump's ‘America First' policies

    Bill Gates says the world is objectively getting better - in spite of Trump's ‘America First' policies

    8 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    During a live Q&A in New York City on Tuesday, Bill Gates said that he feels optimistic that the world is getting better.
    There is positive data to support his claim.
    Gates added that although global heath is "under attack" in the Trump era, he still believes future generations will be better off than past ones.
    On Tuesday, Broadway composer Lin-Manuel Miranda and billionaire-philanthropist couple Bill and Melinda Gates shared a stage at Hunter College for a question and answer session.
    Miranda's opening line for the Gates': "I've read your annual letter, and you are more optimistic now...
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