On Thursday, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost $17.7 billion in just 24 hours, after Facebook shares went into a nearly 20% freefall.
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Right now, the media is buzzing with the dramatic fall of Facebook’s stock value. But this is just a symptom of a much larger problem.
You don’t really hear too much about the likes of Alibaba or Tencent. They are two of the world’s most powerful tech companies that no one really knows about.
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if society collapsed tomorrow, how would you fare? Would you have what it takes to survive?
The markets seemed to hold their breath…still, like dead leaves before a hurricane. The Dow barely moved yesterday. Jim Cramer, of TV’s Mad Money, says we’re waiting to see if the … Read More
If it’s left to the public, you could very well see cannabis — especially medical cannabis — being decriminalised or legalised in the coming years.
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