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 DAWN OF A NEW ERA

Drawing from a term coined at the Davos Economic Forum, the ‘4th Industrial Revolution’, is commonly defined as the merging of physical, digital and biological spheres’.

Born out of the Internet of Things, The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents new ways society is adapting to disruptions in Commerce, Medicine, and Technology.

With each ‘revolution’ pushing human civilization to new frontiers – even new worlds, companies included in the 4th Industrial Index will define the 21st century economy.

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4th Industrial Revolution News

  • AA Extends 737 Max Cancellations Through September 3 18 Jun 2019 00:50 Travel Agent Central American Airlines has extended flight cancellations stemming from the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft through September 3, although the airline said that it remains confident the aircraft will be recertified “soon.” In April, American had …
  • Marijuana Legalization Isn’t Dead Yet in New York 18 Jun 2019 00:28 The New York Times But over the past two months, supporters have sought to bridge those divides. Late last month, a coalition of progressive activists, medical industry officials, organized labor representatives and cannabis entrepreneurs agreed at a meeting to develop a …
  • ‘Airbnb’ Bill: Rather ‘deregulate’ to ‘level playing field’ - Sakeliga 18 Jun 2019 00:26 Politics Web Tourist accommodation sector is already subjected to many pieces of legislation from all levels of govt Sakeliga submits comment on the ‘Airbnb’ Bill: Rather ‘deregulate’ to ‘level the playing field’ 15 June 2019 Sakeliga submitted comment on the Tourism …
  • Behind the smoke: FAQ's about marijuana in Illinois 18 Jun 2019 00:24 Monmouth Daily Review Atlas About this story: This guide is the first in a series as The Register-Mail fields the ramifications of the impending legalization of recreational marijuana in Illinois. GALESBURG — On May 31, the Illinois General Assembly passed HB1438, legalizing the …
  • Payne to retire from UF/IFAS 18 Jun 2019 00:19 Gainesville Sun Jack Payne, senior vice president for agriculture and natural resources, plans to retire next June. The top agriculture official at the University of Florida plans to retire within the next year. Jack Payne, senior vice president for agriculture and …
  • Medical Marijuana Industry Rolls Out Carefully 17 Jun 2019 23:34 Business Journal EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio — It’s a Tuesday afternoon and the door swings open into the waiting room at FRX Health on Dresden Avenue. A man who appears to be in his early 50s enters and walks to a small counter, presents an identification card to the security …
  • McCarter & English Joins Blockchain In Transport Alliance 17 Jun 2019 22:44 Benzinga McCarter & English, a 400-attorney firm with a national client base and a thriving supply chain and logistics practice, has joined Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA), the largest commercial blockchain consortium in the world with nearly 500 …
  • Blockchain startup Ripple buys $30 million stake in MoneyGram 17 Jun 2019 22:25 Investing.com (Reuters) - Blockchain firm Ripple has bought $30 million worth of shares and warrants in MoneyGram International Inc, the two companies said on Monday, as they partner to use Ripple's product for cross-border payment and foreign exchange settlement. …
  • MoneyGram and blockchain company Ripple strike a deal that has MoneyGram stock jumping 17 Jun 2019 22:20 MarketWatch MoneyGram International Inc. is officially getting on the blockchain, and will be rewarded handsomely by a prominent company in the cryptocurrency space. The money-transfer service announced Monday afternoon that it has agreed to a deal with blockchain …
  • Stats: 60% of Travelers Say Business Travel Boosts Productivity 17 Jun 2019 21:57 Travel Agent Central Business travel could be good for creativity and productivity, according to new research by CWT. According to a new study from the company, six in ten travelers feel more creative and productive when traveling for business.  Millennial travelers are more …