In this article, we will list poor countries with substantial debt, and discuss the role of foreign corporations in allievating poverty in these countries. If you want to skip the details, head straight to 10 Heavily Indebted Poor Countries. Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) are trapped in a debilitating cycle of debt and poverty, worsened […]
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, wearing an anguished mien, said in court that even AI is not enough to counter Google's all-powerful search monopoly.
Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella called the idea that users have choice in internet search “bogus” because of contracts that make Google the default search engine on mobile devices. During his testimony in an antitrust trial pitting Google against the US Department of Justice, Nadella on Monday took aim at the agreements that the US government’s case is challenging. Washington accuses Google of preserving dominance in internet search by paying more than $10bn annually to ensure it is the default search engine on mobile phones and computers.