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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss a future in which most jobs are obsolesced away by robots and mechanization. Just as human invention lost the horse many jobs it used to perform, so, too, for millions of workers - and it’s happening right now. In the second half, Max interviews Perianne Boring of the Chamber of Digital Commerce about the chamber’s role in advocating for bitcoin
This week we examine to what extent healthcare systems in Sub-Saharan Africa are prepared to address the rise of non-communicable diseases; we consider why going back to basics is necessary in the fight against tuberculosis; and we invite you to join our online webinar to investigate the global challenges facing asset managers.
Targets can focus minds, but like new tools they can’t deliver significant progress if a country's public health system is poorly organised or administered, or suffers from a lack of political and financial support.
Global markets are going through a period of change and increasing complexity. The first in a global series exploring perspectives on investment themes, this live webinar will investigate the challenges that investors face and the opportunities. Register now to watch it free of charge.
Kevin Plumberg Senior Editor, Thought Leadership Asia The Economist Intelligence Unit
A top national security adviser to President Obama said the United States was "not going to be restricted by borders" to protect its interests, including possibly pursuing direct military action in Syria.
The Department of Homeland Security said on Friday that more than 1,000 businesses had been infected with the cash register malware used in the Target data breach and others, leading to the theft of data from millions of customers' payment cards.