2018-11-17

Tech Review | Priyanka Chopra: Technology Gives Us Freedom (video)

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Tech Review (TR 2018-11-17)--Domain Mondo's weekly review of tech investing news with commentary, analysis and opinion: Features • 1) Priyanka Chopra: Technology Gives Us Freedom, 2) Fintech: The Business Case For Financial Inclusion, 3) Investing: The Week, Investing Notes, 4) ICYMI Tech News: Facebook, Nvidia, IBM, SAP, Alibaba, FCC, SpaceX, Cloudflare.

1) Priyanka Chopra: Technology Gives Us Freedom

Priyanka Chopra may be known for acting, but now she's investing in tech companies. In an interview with CNN, Chopra tells Laurie Segall why she's investing in Bumble (bumble.com). CNN.com businesss video above published Nov 5, 2018.

2) Fintech: The Business Case For Financial Inclusion

1.7 billion adults across the globe do not have a bank account. The data revolution and innovations in digital finance have the potential to provide access to financial services for everyone and offer huge growth opportunities.Video above published Nov 2, 2018, by FT.com.

3) Investing
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The Week: NASDAQ Composite -2.15% | S&P 500 Index -1.61% | DJIA -2.22%
S&P chart pattern points to breakout ahead, technician says--cnbc.com
Wall Street's Charging Bull
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Investing Notes:


4) ICYMI Tech News:
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$FB
  • Meltdown at Facebook $FB? More than 50 interviews conducted by the New York Times reveal Facebook's failures in dealing with multiple crises, which Zuckerberg and Sandberg initially tried to obscure. "Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis"--NYTimes.com. Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg replied. See also Facebook Board and this on "Facebook Fights Dirty."
  • IBM $IBM: Why There Will Never Be Another Red Hat: The Economics of Open Source--a16z.com.
  • Alibaba $BABA sets new Singles’ Day record with $31B in sales, but growth is slowing--techcrunch.com.
  • FCC approves expansion of satellite-based internet services: Telesat, Kepler Communications Inc and LeoSat MA, Inc. approved for high-speed internet service and connectivity for sensors and other intelligence devices a/k/a IoT (Internet of Things). SpaceX approved for access to additional frequency and to operate some satellites at low-Earth altitudes--FCC Boosts Satellite Broadband Connectivity And Competition In The United States | fcc.gov (pdf). 
  • Personal tech: Cloudflare's 1.1.1.1 DNS resolver app--cloudflare.com.

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