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Bill, Melinda Gates see most change for poor in next 15 years

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Susan Desmond-Hellman say’s the company founders are making a big bet that the next 15 years could see the most change for the poor than any other time in history.

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  1. Should U.S. ban flights from Ebola-stricken countries?

    Commercial Airline Pilot Patrick Smith on the Ebola virus’ impact on air travel and whether flights should be banned to Ebola locations.

  2. Doctor protests CDC’s handling of Ebola

    Emergency Room Physician Dr. Gil Mobley on the government’s response to Ebola.

  3. Can airlines prevent Ebola patients from coming to the U.S.?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Ebola’s impact on the commercial aviation industry.

  4. CDC confirms Ebola case in Dallas

    Johns Hopkins Professor of Public Health Dr. Martin Makary on the Ebola case in Dallas and the potential risk of an outbreak in the U.S.

  5. Mayo Clinic CEO: Possible Ebola could come to the U.S.

    Mayo Clinic CEO Dr. John Noseworthy breaks down what we need to know about Ebola in wake of the CDC forecasting as many as 1.4M cases of the deadly virus by January if efforts to contain it aren’t ramped up.

  6. Efforts to get the Ebola outbreak under control

    SHIELD President Dr. Frank Glover on the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.

  7. What risks does Ebola pose to U.S.?

    Tulane University Health Sciences Center’s Dr. Robert F. Garry on the Ebola outbreak in Africa.

  8. Exclusive: Nigeria favors local firms in $40 billion oil contract awards

    Nigeria has awarded most of its long-term oil contracts worth an estimated $40 billion a year to local companies, according to a confidential list seen by Reuters, m...

  9. Oil Firms to Cut Exploration Spending

    Global oil firms, hit by one of the worst years for discovery in two decades, are about to cut exploration spending, pulling back from frontier areas and jeopardisin...

  10. Investors see opportunity as miners seek alternative finance

    From fund giant BlackRock to activist shareholder Julian Treger, mining investors seeking predictable returns and better cash flows are stepping into mine finance.Mi...

  11. WSJ: Spain's Repsol Looking for North American Oil Deal

    Spanish oil giant Repsol is reportedly looking to acquire a North American oil company in an effort to take advantage of the U.S. oil boom and invest in politically ...

  12. Amara Mining Considering Several Joint Venture Approaches

    West Africa-focused gold mining company, Amara Mining PLC (AMA.LN), has had approaches from "two or three" parties in recent weeks about the possibility of entering ...

  1. Breakthrough cell transplant helps paralyzed man walk again

    Fox News Medical A-Team’s Dr. Manny Alvarez discusses how a cell transplant helped a paralyzed man walk again and Ebola screenings.

  2. Persons from the Ebola zone to be funneled through 5 airports

    Author of “Dear Reader” Michael Malice and New York Times Science Columnist John Tierney discuss the new Ebola travel regulation requiring persons entering the U.S. from Ebola-stricken countries to go through five airports.

  3. Johnson & Johnson CEO on creating new Ebola vaccine

    Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky discusses the company’s new Ebola vaccine program and the companies focus on innovation and growth.

  4. U.S. enacts travel restrictions to prevent Ebola

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs and author Mark Steyn weigh in on President Obama and America’s travel restrictions to prevent Ebola.

  5. Is the CDC mismanaging the Ebola crisis?

    Rep. Pete Sessions, (R-Texas), on the steps needed to prevent an Ebola outbreak in the U.S.

  6. Busiest airports begin ‘enhanced’ Ebola screenings

    FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down what travelers can expect from ‘enhanced’ Ebola airport screenings.

  7. Major airports to begin screenings for Ebola symptoms

    FBN’s Rich Edson breaks down which airports will begin passenger screenings for Ebola symptoms.

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