Business News Weekly ─ June 17, 2019 

“The world on no internet” ─ from a graph in Bloomberg magazine. There 3 billion people who are not on line just in Asia and Africa. 

“How to connect 800 million people with a $20 phone” ─ from an article in Bloomberg magazine. Referring to Africa. It’s coming.

“Robo taxis: ready for takeoff” ─ from an article in Bloomberg magazine. More than half dozen companies have flown autonomous or semi or autonomous electric aircraft that can take off vertically from almost anywhere, and the first commercial models are scheduled to hit the market next year.

“Scanning” ─ from an article in Bloomberg magazine. A small swarm of drone subs that rapidly found two missing wrecks may offer solutions to other mysteries of the deep.

“Networks anti-up for sports–jackpot” ─ from an article in the Wall Street Journal. There are only seven states that have introduced legislation to the genocide legitimize sports betting. It’s estimated US sports–betting market will grow to $5.7 billion 2023. 

“Exchanges cool on many mine – IPOs” ─ from an article in the Wall Street Journal Apparently both exchanges are cool because of the few that have been issued only one has a price above the original price.

“Amazon abandons restaurant delivery” ─ from an article in the Wall Street Journal. Apparently Amazon could not compete with the likes of Grub Hub and Uber Eats. It proves even the giant can’t win them all.