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Sexual Assault Survivors Have To Pay In This Way That No One Talks About

Another financially concerning issue involving sexual assault survivors is the testing of rape kits. Sadly, in some states, it’s not uncommon for sexual assault survivors to pay for their own kits. In fact funding for the testing has gotten so bad that one lawmaker in Texas, Rep.

CSE targeting tech startups

HAVING established itself as a go-to market for junior miners, marijuana stocks and the odd Mahjong company, a small Canadian exchange now wants to lure tech startups. ”I would love to see more technology companies,” Richard Carleton, 57, chief executive officer of the Canadian Securities Exchange, said in an interview at Bloomberg’s Toronto office.

Upcoming Children’s Business Fair will feature wee entrepreneurs

Shoppers, are you ready to buy goods from a 6-year-old entrepreneur? The Orange County Rescue Mission will host its second annual “OC Children’s Business Fair” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 29 at the Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope in Tustin.

Bosch aims to shape future of smart mobility

Rolf Bulander, chairman of Bosch's Mobility Solutions business sector, said the company aims to better meet the needs of the Chinese market in the future.(Photo provided to China Daily) Bosch, a leading global supplier of automotive technology and services, is demonstrating a series of automated, connected and electrified mobility solutions at the 2017 Shanghai auto show, as part of its efforts to shape the future of smart mobility with local partners.

Philanthropist Masiyiwa Receives Continental Award

DAKAR, Senegal – Zimbabwean philanthropist and educationist Tsitsi Masiyiwa has been honoured with the New African Woman Award in Education for her work with Higherlife Foundation. The foundation is non-profit making organisation she runs and offers scholarships to orphaned and vulnerable children to give them a better chance in education.

World Bank support for Africa's entrepreneurs

Global support for Africa's top digital entrepreneurs is coming from the World Bank and African investment groups, in a programme which will see 20 selected startups attract early stage capital between $250,000 and $1.5 million.