Americans / Las Vegas

95% of Americans are not allowed by law to invest in start-ups. Only ‘accredited investors’ are entitled to do so, but you can buy lottery tickets all you want or go to Las Vegas to gamble. 🤔🧐

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What role does privacy play at the intersection of data and development? Dalberg's Nathan Bigaud Koenigswarter, @jacques_damien  and @PivettaFrederic  expand on the sensitivities and opportunities. #bigdata  #datascience  #datainsights 

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This is @jack  when he’s trying to tell me something and I’m constantly interrupting him.😂

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@laylamoran  on @SkyNews  right now, catch her on bbc breakfast at 7:50 and Today at 8.10 on R4 talking about schools funding and our manifesto launch today!

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Our @FiDAPartnership  has launched Version 3 of its Evidence Gap Map, building on insights and 75 case studies, largely in #Africa . This blog outlines how/when #digitalfinance  products/services #DFS ) work best for micro-entrepreneurs and small businesses.

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