Summary: A look at how Bill Gates’ money buys him the coverage he wants and needs in order to take over US schools and other walks of life
IN THE PREVIOUS POST we explained just how the Gates Foundation was changing coverage in the press. A lot of publications are up for sale, if not literally then metaphorically.
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Summary: The board of the Washington Post drops Melinda Gates “shortly after the release of a highly critical report, funded partly by her foundation, which likened for-profit colleges to subprime-mortgage lenders, targeting low-income and traditionally underrepresented stude
Summary: The Gates Foundation poisons the little press that exists in Africa using another cash injection which tilts coverage and yields self-censorship
THIS MORNING we wrote about Gates' use of AGRA, which he contributed to creating in order to advance his investments in Africa (seeds with patents, expanding a monopoly to more continents).
Bill Gates may be one of the world’s most famous philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and guest editors, but could he be adding venture capitalist to the list? Over the past few years it seems that Gates has, in fact, been increasing his investment in startups.
Though not as active in venture capital as other, less-billionaire-y, technology billionaires, Gates is nonetheless putting together a g
To inspire developers to build apps that help kids get into, stay in, and graduate from college, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation launched an education tech Facebook app contest today with 30 prizes totaling $2.5 million.
Summary: Microsoft’s outlook for the coming year looks rather grim, even in the eyes of a longtime booster of the software/marketing/litigation giant from Redmond
WE HAVE written extensively about Goldman Sachs not because it’s worth commending; it’s quite the opposite in fact, as Goldman Sachs is corrupt and it receives money from Bill Gates (through the Gates Foundation).