Archive for April, 2017

Stock news this week: More tech earnings; Jobs report; Berkshire’s annual meeting

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

Stock news this week: More tech earnings; Jobs report; Berkshire’s annual meeting – Apr. 30, 2017 by Danielle Wiener-Bronner   @CNNMoney April 30, 2017: 7:18 AM ET 1. More tech earnings: Once again, it’s a big week for tech. Apple (AAPL, Tech30) is reporting second quarterly earnings on Tuesday, and Facebook (FB, Tech30) and Tesla (TSLA) are both reporting first-quarter earnings on Wednesday. Apple has a lot to live up to — after three straight year-over-year sales declines, the company finally started growing again in the first quarter. Since then, the tech giant’s stock hit an all-time high. ‘; for […] Read More →

Elon Musk eyes redefining travel on earth and in outer space

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

CLOSE The Boring Company is making some progress. Time File photo taken in April 2017 shows tech entrepreneur Elon Musk (R) discussing a vision of cars being lowered into tunnels to travel efficiently and eliminate traffic congestion with curator Chris Anderson (L) at a TED Conference in Vancouver, Canada.(Photo: GLENN CHAPMAN, AFP/Getty Images) Technology entrepreneur Elon Musk has envisioned the future of travel and it’s getting close — and fast. Motoring from Los Angeles to New York City in a fully autonomous car? By the end of 2017, he said during a TED Talk interview in Vancouver on Friday. “November or December of this year, […] Read More →

New Research Can Help Find Solutions to the Challenge of Glaucoma in Developing Countries

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

Newswise — Glaucoma in developing countries represents a significant health crisis. The great majority of people in developing countries aren’t ever tested for glaucoma, so diagnosis and treatment are rare. And if they are diagnosed, they often can’t pay for medication, assuming medications are available. The Reality of Glaucoma in Developing Countries In 2010, an estimated 60.5 million people worldwide had glaucoma, a number that’s projected to reach 80 million by the year 2020.1 About 85% of people with glaucoma live in developing countries and most of these people remain undiagnosed. The challenges faced by the more than 100 countries […] Read More →

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