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Understanding how technology has been a boon for health care

Devices such as wearables have allowed for the era of "well care not sick care," says futurist Chris Riddell.

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How fintech and bank partnerships can be a win-win

Nadeem Syed of Finastra discusses how banks can look toward financial technology companies for innovation in improving their customer experience.

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Analyst: Why Facebook's management should speak out soon

"A lot of people are very disgusted" with allegations about Facebook, says Jason Moser of The Motley Fool.

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Trade war prospects are a 'non-trivial' risk for markets: CIO

Nicholas Ferres of Vantage Point Asset Management says, however, that the more significant risk factor in the near term is in the "rollover in cyclical momentum globally."

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Industry veteran on how data science is changing video games

Steve Gray of Asteri Networks also discusses how content creators can collect and use data without infringing on individual user privacy.

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Discussing the viability of adopting sustainable energy

The adoption of clean energy by the masses is "a matter of policy," says Riccardo Puliti of the World Bank.

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The RBA is unlikely to match the Fed's actions: Researcher

Michael Every of Rabobank discusses why the "Aussie is a sell" in the current market environment.

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Facebook and its actions are 'very troubling': CIO

Hugh Johnson of Hugh Johnson Advisors says the claims surrounding Facebook and Cambridge Analytica should invite regulation.

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UBS expert: US quarterly growth will be softer than expected

Inflation is not expected to get ahead of the Fed's rate hikes, says Wayne Gordon of UBS Wealth Management.

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Investing ahead of the FOMC meeting

Tony Farnham of Patersons Securities discusses his portfolio allocation ahead of the Fed's expected decision to raise interest rates.

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