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Bono’s ’Humbling’ Realizations About Aid, Capitalism And Nerds

by Parmy Olson
Bono at the F.ounders Conference in Dublin on Friday (Photo by Conor McCabe)
Bono has learned much about music over more than three decades with U2. But alongside that has been a lifelong lesson in campaigning — the activist for poverty reduction in Africa spoke frankly on Friday about how his views about philanthropy had now (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 25 October 2012

Viste surprise de Bono (et The Edge) au forum des F.ounders de Dublin

Bono et David McWilliams lors de la réunion des F.ounders à Dublin hier, qui rassemblait quelque deux cents fondateurs des entreprises de technologie les plus influentes au monde. Photo : Dave Meehan
par CIARA O’BRIEN
Quelques uns des plus gros entrepreneurs de nouvelles technologies au monde s’étaient donné rendez-vous hier à Dublin pour côtoyer (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 20 octobre 2012

Bono fights poverty, ex-Harvard head takes on Winklevoss twins at tech talk

Bono and David McWilliams at F.ounders in Dublin yesterday, which brings together 200 founders of the worlds most influential tech companies.Photograph: Dave Meehan
by CIARA O’BRIEN
SOME OF the world’s top technology entrepreneurs mixed with well-known names in Dublin’s Mansion House yesterday as the F.ounders conference began.
Bono addressed (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 20 October 2012

Le fonds d’investissement de Bono perd 513 millions d’euros alors que les actions de Facebook continuent de chuter

Bono à Ibiza, le 12 août 2012 - Photo : PacificCoastNews.com
par Clodagh Sheehy
Le fonds d’investissement dont Bono, le chanteur leader de la formation rock irlandaise U2, est l’un des actionnaires majoritaires a accusé une perte de plus de 513 millions d’euros alors que les actions du réseau social Facebook poursuivent leur spirale infernale. (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 18 août 2012

Bono’s firm loses €513m as Facebook shares fall further

Bono in Ibiza, on August 12th, 2012 - Photo: PacificCoastNews.com
By Clodagh Sheehy
A COMPANY backed by U2 singer Bono has lost over €513m as shares in the Facebook social network continue on their downward spiral.
Elevation Partners, the fund that includes Bono on its list of investors, has dropped from €1.09bn to €578m since the Facebook (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 18 August 2012

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