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UAE-Based Companies Partnering With Alibaba Cloud

Jack Ma Outlines Bold Vision For His Philanthropy Foundation

Caped Crusader: After His Search-And-Rescue Instructor Died On A Mountain,

What Really Changes Now That Larry Page Is No Longer CEO Of Alphabet?

How Booking.com’s Gillian Tans Is Tackling The Curse Of Overtourism

Larry Page Steps Down As CEO Of Alphabet

Bernard Arnault’s Fortune Surges Nearly $3 Billion Since Tiffany Deal

L.A. Has An Olympic-Size Plan To Cut CO2 And Supercharge EV Use Ahead Of 2028

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UAE-Based Companies Partnering With Alibaba Cloud

Last week, DIFC announced the launch of WorldFirst—a global currency exchange and payments company acquired by China-based Alibaba Group Holding’s financial technology arm.
By Samar Khouri 2 min read
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Jack Ma Outlines Bold Vision For His Philanthropy Foundation

Since its founding, the Jack Ma Foundation by itself has already distributed or pledged at least $300 million, according to figures from Alibaba. 
By Justin Doebele 18 min read
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Caped Crusader: After His Search-And-Rescue Instructor Died On A Mountain, Caleb Carr, 25, Cofounded A Company To Help Stabilize Helicopter Baskets

A search-and-rescue instructor died on a mountain after a helicopter couldn’t land. Now a company cofounded by one of his trainees is using technology to stabilize these flights.
By Amy Feldman 17 min read
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What Really Changes Now That Larry Page Is No Longer CEO Of Alphabet?

Tuesday's announcement that Larry Page stepped down as CEO of Alphabet does not significantly shift the company's status quo.
By Jillian D'Onfro 15 min read
2 days ago

How Booking.com’s Gillian Tans Is Tackling The Curse Of Overtourism

Finding ways to meet the demands of eco-conscious travel lovers and other holidaymakers jaded by overtourism is a growing concern for Booking.com chairwoman Gillian Tans.
By Isabel Togoh 5 min read
2 days ago

Larry Page Steps Down As CEO Of Alphabet

Google founder Larry Page is stepping down as the CEO of Alphabet, a position he's held since 2015.
By Jillian D'Onfro 10 min read
1 week ago

Bernard Arnault’s Fortune Surges Nearly $3 Billion Since Tiffany Deal

The rise in Arnault’s fortunes came after his French luxury group LVMH struck a deal to buy American jeweler Tiffany & Co. this week. 
1 week ago

L.A. Has An Olympic-Size Plan To Cut CO2 And Supercharge EV Use Ahead Of 2028 Games

The city is seeking a 25% cut in greenhouse gas emissions, lining up help from Nissan, Tesla, BMW, Audi, electric busmakers Proterra and BYD and public and private utilities.
By Alan Ohnsman 4 min read