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Quants Haven't Made Human Investors Obsolete Just Yet

quants haven't made human investors obsolete just yet
We are already unquestionably living in the era of the quantitative fund: Not only are quant funds receiving a larger percentage of new investor money than their discretionary peers, but as JPM..
Zero Hedge

Bill Gates hands out life advice in 14 tweets

Since stepping down as Microsoft's chief executive in 2000, Bill Gates's reputation has transformed from that of a hard-nosed businessman intent on shutting out the competition - which produced..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: Top 10 RICH Celebrities Who Won’t Leave Anything to Their Kids

Top 10 RICH Celebrities Who Won’t Leave Anything to Their Kids 09:53

These celebrities don’t want to share the wealth – not even with their own famous kids! For example: Filthy rich famous people such as Barron Hilton will be sending around 97% of their wealth to..
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News video: Is the world's second richest man a miser?

Is the world's second richest man a miser? 02:02

Jeff Bezos owns Amazon, the online retail giant and he is now the world's second richest man. But little is known about his philanthropy, unlike his peers such as Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg.
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News video: Gates Made 400% on Comcast Investment, CEO Roberts Says

Gates Made 400% on Comcast Investment, CEO Roberts Says 02:05

Jun.14 -- Comcast CEO Brian Roberts discusses the influence of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. He speaks with David Rubenstein on "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations."
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News video: America's Richest People

America's Richest People 01:02

They have achieved the American dream - and then some. These are the richest people in the United States.
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Bill Gates counting on pragmatism from Donald Trump

Billionaire Bill Gates is hoping the new administration can see benefits of soft power.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Donald Trump meets Bill Gates after president aims for big cuts to foreign aid

President Donald Trump met with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates at the White House on Monday, just days after releasing a budget proposal that would impose deep cuts on funding for many of the causes..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Shopkins maker joins billionaire's club

Manny Stul, the entrepreneur behind the Shopkins toys craze, has joined the likes of Bill Gates and Gina Rinehart on Forbes' annual billionaires list.
SBS

Ten years of wielding a blunt instrument

Bill Gates once said that people tend to overestimate what's possible in one year, and underestimate what's possible in 10. He was talking about technology, but think about your life 10 years ago and..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Gates opens account on China's WeChat

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has opened an account on Chinese messaging application WeChat and greeted his followers in Mandarin.
SBS

Warren Buffett, Bill Gates have hope for America after Donald Trump's ascension

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have expressed optimism that the United States will move ahead as a nation, even as it works through political differences and gets used to the new Trump administration.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •The AgeSydney Morning Herald

'Huge damage': Bill Gates says bio-terrorism is a growing threat and the world isn't ready

Bill Gates warned at the World Economic Forum on Thursday that a new form of terrorism could be coming, and we are not prepared for it.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Global coalition to outpace epidemics

Bill Gates says recent major viral disease epidemics - Ebola and Zika - show how the world "is tragically unprepared to detect local outbreaks".
SBS

Luxury car dealer Neville Crichton sells Point Piper home for more than $60 million

The home was previously rented by Bill Gates for $25,000 a week.
Brisbane Times


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