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Sikh farmers keep up a 900-year tradition

Simranjit Singh is a second-generation American farmer, but his agricultural roots go back 900 years. Before his father moved to California from India in 1991, before India gained independence from Britain in 1947, before his Sikh culture took root in 1469, the civilizations of Northern India worked various agricultural lands. Singh, 28, is part that…

Media business platform Maven adopts Verizon’s identity solution

As the curious mixture of competition and collaboration between identity solutions persists, major media business company Maven has opted for Verizon Media’s ConnectID to maximize performance of first-party data. Maven provides technology and business services to over 140 media brands including Sports Illustrated, History and TheStreet. It will be leveraging ConnectID across its full portfolio.…

MicroStrategy stock price rallies after reports of Capital International buying $600M emerge

You are here: Home / News / Bitcoin News / MicroStrategy stock price rallies after reports of Capital International buying $600M emerge July 10, 2021 by Chayanika Deka Microstrategy has welcomed significant investment from the financial services company Capital International. According to the business intelligence firm’s filings to the US Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC],…

Japan calls for regulations on DeFi’s ‘benefits and opportunities’

Decentralized finance has been turning heads for a while now, taking away businesses from centralized financial institutions and disempowering traditional middlemen. Its boom has been catapulted by institutional investors expressing interest in the space and millions of dollars flowing into it worldwide. However, regulatory bodies have been slow to catch on, with no definitive framework…

Job stability concerns amid current lockdowns

Listen to this story A recent survey by recruitment agency people2people found over one-third of Australian employees are worried about their job stability due to the current lockdowns. One in five of the workers surveyed reported employers asking them to cut their hours or take unpaid leave while the lockdowns are in place. Reassuring employees…

The Green Economy Has a Resource-Scarcity Problem

The world is at a tipping point on sustainability. Investors are increasing their focus on ESG, consumers are demanding transparency and accountability, governments are setting legally binding targets, and companies are stepping up with bold commitments. But new solutions will inevitably trigger bottlenecks for the very resources, infrastructures, and capabilities upon which they depend. While the supply…

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