A third summit of Korean leaders planned for next month will be a further step toward denuclearization of the peninsula and a peace treaty to end the Korean War, South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday.
Because Bitcoin and blockchain technology have the potential to disrupt every industry and transform the way we work and live as much as the Internet, our world leaders, CEOs, industry experts and investors are being asked their opinions about the technology. Here are just a few of their quotes.
As primary elections in the United States closed last Tuesday and the results trickled in on Wednesday, a clear pattern emerged from the ballot box: women winning. As Statista’s Sarah Feldman notes, the pink wave saw female candidates clean up many primary wins, putting them on track to enter positions of power in various levels of government.
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Rwanda, where most legislators are women, has three times as many women in government as the United states.
Over the past two decades, women have entered government at increasing rates, with this uptick partially fueled by legislative or voluntary gender quotas for political parties and parliaments.
America, however, still has relatively fewer women politicians than communist China but – luckily for the land of the free – has a greater proportion than Russia.
So many waves – red, blue, pink, or red ink…
If ETACS was like vinyl records then GSM was like CDs. Digital better and cheap.
UFC 229 is being called, “the biggest event in UFC history.” Tickets for the fight card, which is headlined by a bout between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor, go on sale this week.
Ryan Braun’s bat is heating up at a perfect time for the Milwaukee Brewers, who are trying to return to the playoffs for the first time since Braun’s 2011 MVP season.
Forbes Media today announced that it will hold its 18th annual Forbes Global CEO Conference in Bangkok, Thailand from October 30 to 31, 2018.