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12 cutting-edge technologies that could save our oceans – Link here

How a small Bengaluru biotech company is leading the way in global cancer diagnostics – Link here

Toyota is using sewage sludge to power its new electric car – Link here

It’s not who buys a fancy car. What matters more is why – For the seller, variables such as gender, age, education and income are important, but what really matters is the customer’s needs – Link here

Amazon Says It Puts Customers First. But Its Pricing Algorithm Doesn’t – Link here

In 20 to 40 years, most Americans won’t have sex to reproduce. Get ready. – Link here

Raghu Raman, the former CEO of the National Intelligence Grid has a unique blend of career experiences. Raghu began his career with the Indian Armed Forces and during his 12 year stint there, he was in operations in Punjab, then in the frontline at the highest battlefield in the world in Siachen Glacier followed by a tour of duty in war torn Angola as a UN Peace Keeper. Raman’s last stint with the army was as an instructor in prestigious School of Armoured Warfare teaching young officers leadership and combat tactics. Mr Raman has been writer and has written some fantastic piece in Mint. Recently on back of Uri attack he has come up a fine plan on how to counter Pakistan – Seven powerful ways India can attack Pakistan – without crossing the border – Link here

How to invest like… Warren Buffett’s hero Philip Carret – Link here

The Difference Between Rationality and Intelligence – Link here

The Coming Anti-National Revolution – Link here

The rise of the superstars – A small group of giant companies—some old, some new—are once again dominating the global economy, says Adrian Wooldridge. Is that a good or a bad thing? – Link here

Why Do Famous People Get Paid $250,000 to Give a Speech? – Link here

The Greatest Bubble of All-Time? – Link here

Wall Street’s 0.01%: The Guru Who Only Talks to Hedge-Fund Elite – Link here

A Dozen Ways to Apply the Lessons Taught in the Book “The Most Important Thing” by Howard Marks – Link here

A global corporate conspiracy helped catalyze a food crisis and drove 44 million into poverty – Link here