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Ranveer Singh at the 'Forbes 30 Under 30' Young Achievers Award

Actor Ranveer Singh has been turning head everywhere he goes and why wouldn’t he. Ranveer Singh is among the youngest actors in Bollywood to rise to fame in the shortest amount of time. 84 more words

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Dilip Shanghvi, India's New Richest!

The billionaire founder of  Sun Pharma ended the eight year run of Mukesh Ambani as as India’s richest billionaire on Wednesday, according to Forbes. The Bloomberg Billionaires Index, formed in 2012, also ranked Mr Shanghvi ahead of Mr Ambani for the first time ever. 388 more words


A Bill Gates Story

I ran into a story about Bill Gates today that I thought was funny and brilliant. I’ve reproduced it below:

” When I was an assistant professor at Harvard, Bill Gates was a junior. 314 more words


Revolutionizing Medicine, Technology Takes the Lead

As someone who has recently spent quite a bit of time in the hospital, not for me, but for friends, family, and loved ones, I have come to understand just how far the world of technology is able to save lives. 183 more words


Portuguese wine in spotlight of the International Press

Around the globe, wine lovers are falling in love for the Portuguese still wines. Wines that range from vibrant and elegant to rustic and robust. The world does not cease to enjoy the beauty of the unique indigenous varieties, the different wine regions and the smart winemakers that enjoy these special conditions and create the most special combinations. 75 more words


Forbes Lists Michael Jordan As First Billionaire Athlete!!!

Forbes lists Michael Jordan, 52, as becoming the first athlete to become a billionaire!!! The magazine confirmed his ranking in their list of the world’s 290 newest billionaires after the retired basketball star increased his stake in the… 54 more words


Rohrabacher to Congress: "Don't let the 'Innovation Act' be a part of our legacy"

Not everyone agrees that another round of patent reform is necessary at this time.

Doubters believe that the Innovation Act, H.R. 9 in its current form, will not improve the United States patent system, but merely make it more acceptable to some of the businesses threatened by it. 405 more words