More than 67,000 viewers tuned in to listen to India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi make his case to foreign investors Sept. 3, 2020, at the United States-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF). The India Week seminar Aug. 31-Sept. 4 featured top Indian and American officials including Vice President Mike Pence, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun, and a stellar line of business executives.
Within minutes after his speech ended, the number of viewers tuning in to see the video had jumped to more than 100,000.
In the days before Modi’s speech, Vice President Mike Pence, in a conversation with Chairman of USISPF John Chambers, from the White House, set the stage for a mutual admiration conference, saying relations between the two democracies had never been stronger, that PM Modi and President Trump had strengthened it, and that the U.S.-India partnership in the Indo-Pacific was critical. Click to read more.
Almost every day old iPhones and other used personal electronics arrive by the truckload at a warehouse in Carson City, Nev., where workers crack them open, pull out their batteries and strip them for raw materials.
To JB Straubel, one of the brains behind Tesla Inc., that refuse holds the key to driving the electric car revolution forward—and making the vehicles affordable enough for everyone to own one.
Mr. Straubel, Tesla’s longtime chief technology officer, pioneered the lithium-ion battery powertrain design that helped propel the Silicon Valley company to what is now the highest valuation in the car industry. Click to read more.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO and self-made billionaire Warren Buffett turned 90 on Sunday, August 30. And he’s not slowing down.
In honor of the Oracle of Omaha’s big day, CNBC Make It rounded up six of his best pieces of investing — and life — advice.
1. Think long-term
If you’re planning to invest in individual stocks, don’t base your choice on which companies are performing well right now. Instead, consider which businesses have staying power. Click to read more.