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Chinatown’s Grant Avenue: A look back at one of San Francisco’s oldest streets

From Sing Fat Company to the Dragon Gates, take a historic tour of one of the city’s very first thoroughfares Much ink has been spilled on the history of Chinatown and Grant Avenue, billed as San Francisco’s oldest street, which runs north to south starting at Market Street and ending at Francisco Street in North Beach. Show More Summary

Bill Gates Wife To Donate $375 Million To Counter Trump’s Pro-Life Policy

Melinda Gates is at it again. She just announced at the Global Family Planning Summit (a nice way of calling for worldwide butchery of the unborn), that the Gates will

9 of the most successful people share their reading habits

Most successful people credit reading, in some capacity, as a factor in their success. A young Elon Musk read for 10 hours each day before growing up to become Tesla CEO. These days, former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates reads a new book every week. Here's how some of their peers incorporate reading into their own lives. Show More Summary

Republicans Working Against Workers

Ever-worsening is the chasm between the loaded, who luxuriate in gated communities, and the workers, who are hounded at their rickety gates by bill collectors. Even though last week’s Bureau of Labor Statistics report showed unemployment at a low 4.4 percent, wages continue to flatline, killing both opportunity and the consumer economy. Meanwhile, corporations persist […]

18 objects that are perfectly designed and can't be improved any further

An abandoned Pepsi factory is being turned into a massive marijuana grow 4 novels Bill Gates thinks everyone should read The world's first planned drive-thru mall is now a prison — take a look at its history Read more Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

6 things in tech today that Bill Gates accurately predicted back in 1999

The Microsoft co-founder imagined much of the tech we use today before it even existed. He shared his thoughts in a 1999 book called "Business @ the Speed of Thought." Here's a quick look at 6 of his predictions that eventually came true, including a device you are probably holding in your hands right now. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

MEET THE WALTONS: How America's wealthiest family spends its Walmart fortune

The Waltons are the richest family in America, but they're pretty discreet about it. The Walmart heirs have a combined wealth of $130 billion, which is more than both Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. In fact, they are worth $48 billion...Show More Summary

What Cowboys Can Teach Us About Feeding the World

Bill Gates visits an Australian Agriculture Company (AACo) facility to learn how their innovative methods could help farmers in low income countries with similar climates.

3 Decisions Which Prove That Paytm’s Focus Is Now Customer Satisfaction, Rather Than Customer Acquisition

The phenomenal growth of Paytm is not a secret – Every fan boy of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates is now aware of how Paytm grew from a humble beginning to churning out 1 billion transactions via 147 million wallet users last year. In fact,...Show More Summary

Two VIP Billionaires Teamed Up to Run Luxury Hotels. It's Been a Slog

Bill Gates and Prince al-Waleed bought Four Seasons for $3.8 billion near a market peak, feuded over matters large and small, then made up. Inside a rare partnership of giants.

This Week's "Planet Earth" Report --Threats. Solutions. Observations.

Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates Warn About Artificial Intelligence Some of the most popular sci-fi movies—2001: A Space Odyssey, The Terminator, The Matrix, Transcendence, Ex Machina, and many others—have been based on the notion that artificial intelligence will...        

Practical automation guide and tools for busy bloggers

Bill Gates is famous for saying, “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.” However shocking that sounds, putting more work and hours into something doesn’t always yield better results. Show More Summary

Herb Allen’s Sun Valley Retreat: ‘Opioid Epidemic,’ Barry Diller, Bill Gates Take Center Stage

Another day at Sun Valley and another round a panel discussions, with attention this year paid on this country’s growing opioid epidemic — i.e. overdoses, prescription drug dependency driven by over-prescriptions of drugs such as pain meds. Show More Summary

America’s best-known billionaires drive Volkswagens and eat at McDonald’s

Billionaires like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Warren Buffett have massive amounts of wealth, but while certain parts of their lives are glamorous, there are frugal practices that have set them apart. In fact, many billionaires decide not to live lavish lives; the CEO of IKEA famously flies economy and drives a 1993 Volvo. Show More Summary

Jeff Bezos On Brink Of Becoming World’s Richest Man

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The Guardian reports: Just a few dollars more on the Amazon share price and the world will have a new richest man. Jeff Bezos, the company’s founder, is on the brink of overtaking Bill Gates to become the wealthiest person on the planet. Show More Summary

Melinda Gates Wants to Change the Catholic Church’s Teaching on Contraception

Despite being raised Catholic, Melinda Gates and her billionaire husband, Bill, donate hundreds of millions of dollars to pro-abortion groups like Planned Parenthood and Marie Stopes International. In a recent interview, Gates said she hopes Pope Francis will change Catholic Church teachings on artificial contraception to align with her own views. Show More Summary

This famous airline made female job candidates take pregnancy tests

Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. ??? Every time you think the world is moving forward, you wake up. INC. TODAY'S MUST READS: Yes, Bill Gates Memorized Employee License Plate Numbers to See Who Was Still Working INC. Show More Summary

Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are backing a controversial education program in East Africa

"Personalized learning" is one of the trendiest educational theories in Silicon Valley right now. It involves each student learning at his or her own pace, generally through the aid of technology, and it's beloved by tech billionaires...Show More Summary

How Rich Would Bill Gates Be Without His Copyright On Windows?

The fortunes going to Bill and other beneficiaries of intellectual property protection come out of the pockets of the rest of us.

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