Microsoft launches new program to boost Indian startups
International tech giant Microsoft has launched a new program called 100X100X100 that aims to help business-to-business SaaS startups in India. The startups will each get to spend $100,000 over a course of 18 months. This program will help these startups grow and give them the benefits of scale, boosting growth.
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Microsoft plans cloud contract push with foreign governments after $10 billion JEDI win
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella leaves the Elysee Palace after a meeting with the French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris on May 23, 2018. Specifically, Microsoft has committed to staffing the Pentagon initiative with people who hold sufficient government security clearances, and to delivering a group of existing products and services, as opposed to specially built technologies, at a customized price.
Elon Musk Gains $8 Billion to Become World’s Fourth-Richest Person
Elon Musk’s financial upswing shows no signs of slowing. The rise vaulted the Tesla co-founder past French luxury tycoon Bernard Arnault, the wealthiest non-American on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Musk’s fortune has grown by $57.2 billion this year, the second-biggest increase on the index after Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos’s.
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Zuckerberg says there's 'no end in sight' for Facebook employees working from home
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday said there is no timetable for when employees will return to the company's offices amid a continuing surge in Covid-19 cases in the U.S. Zuckerberg made his comments on a call with analysts about Facebook's second-quarter results, specifically criticizing the Trump Administration for its handling of the coronavirus.
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India’s Mukesh Ambani is now wealthier than Warren Buffett
According to the data compiled by Bloomberg Billionaire Index, India's richest man and Chairman of Reliance Industries is now worth $68.3 billion, surpassing Buffett's $67.9 billion as of Thursday. Shares of Ambani's Indian conglomerate have more than doubled since a low in March as its digital unit got more than $15 billion in investments from companies including Facebook Inc. and Silver Lake
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