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bloomberg.com October 07, 2019

World's Best-Run Pension Funds Say It's Time to Start Worrying

Back in 2012, the world's best-managed pension market was thrown a lifeline by the Danish government to help contain liabilities. Seven years later, with rates now well below zero, even Denmark's $440 billion pension system says the environment has become so punishing that it may be time for a change in European rules.
Read by 53% of LPs

cbsnews.com August 13, 2019

How China Can Spy On Your Electronics, Even In The U.S.

The U.S. government's top counterintelligence official has a stark warning for visitors to China: The Chinese government can spy on your smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Read by 40% of LPs

thehill.com April 29, 2019

Government Can Help Startups Bridge The 'Valley Of Death'

Economic incentives offered by U.S. states to attract established companies grab headlines. The pursuit of Amazon by various cities and states, for example, captured the public interest and also created strong sentiments for and against such investment.
Read by 72% of LPs

edsurge.com January 28, 2019

4 Ways AI Education, Ethics Will Disrupt Society In 2019

In 2018, we witnessed a clash of titans as government and tech companies collided on privacy issues around collecting, culling and using personal data.
Read by 50% of LPs

investmentguru.com December 07, 2018

Chinese VC Firms Put Several Silicon Valley Startups At Risk

Danhua Capital has made considerable investments in a couple of Silicon's Valley's startups which are deemed highly promising in fields such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and drones. Over 20 Silicon Valley venture capital firms share strong ties and have direct access to either a Chinese-owned entity or funds from the Chinese government.
Read by 32% of LPs

cbinsights.com September 23, 2018

Twilight Of The Terminal: The Disruption Of Bloomberg L.P.

The Bloomberg Terminal's success in the 1980s birthed an empire. Today, that empire is under siege from competitors, government regulations, and the changing nature of finance itself.
Read by 63% of LPs

bloomberg.com February 22, 2018

Governments Could Join The Cryptocurrency Craze

With crypto mania sweeping the world, a handful of countries have stirred at the possibility of issuing their own virtual currencies based on blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin. Advocates of government-backed cryptocurrencies say that if the movement takes hold, which is by no means assured, it could irrevocably change the international monetary system as we know it.
Read by 42% of LPs

forbes.com January 25, 2018

New York City Wants To Create A Biotech Hub

<p>New York City is asking: If biotech can make it anywhere, can't it make it here? The city government is asking for proposals on how to use $100 million in funds and city land to create a "life sciences hub" with the goal of making the city competitive with Boston and San Francisco as a place to start biotechnology companies.</p>
Read by 73% of LPs

engadget.com January 08, 2018

China Reportedly Wants To Curtail Wasteful Bitcoin Mining

China is reportedly seeking an "orderly exit" from bitcoin mining, according to a leaked document seen by Quartz. The government is reportedly concerned about pollution and the havoc that could be triggered by investors who lose money investing in mining and cryptocurrency.
Read by 71% of LPs

dealstreetasia.com August 24, 2017

Japan's Pension Fund Chikyoren Names New Manager For Overseas Investments

Japan&rsquo;s Pension Fund Association for Local Government Officials, also known as Chikyoren, has named Mizuho Global Alternative Investments as its new manager for overseas infrastructure mandate, according to an Asia Asset Management report. This is part of the organisation&rsquo;s efforts to further diversify its foreign portfolio and boost alternative investments. Mizuho Global Alternative Investments is an alternative investment vehicle of Mizuho Financial Group.
Read by 39% of LPs