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A global non-profit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers, Women Who Code provides an avenue into tech, empowers women with skills needed for professional advancement, and provides environments where networking and mentorship are valued. To this date, the organization has executed more than 4,200 events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 80,000, and has a presence in 20 countries. Today on our show we speak to the founders and directors of Women Who Code Malaysia, Chee Yim Goh and Jecelyn Yeen, to talk to us about the community and the practice of coding.
The Morning Run crew gives you their take on today's business headlines: 0:12 - Investors sue Facebook following share price plunge 8:43 - Singapore Telecommunications mulls regional tie-ups with mobile wallets 12:32 - Putrajaya wraps up negotiations on Saudi Aramco USD7 billion RAPID investment
The world’s largest rubber glove manufacturer, Top Glove Corporation, now plans to diversify into the condom-making business. With aspirations to become a Fortune 500 company by 2040, we ask Top Glove’s Managing Director, Dato Lee Kim Meow, what lies ahead for the company.
While Facebook has suspended Cambridge Analytica from its platform, the former is being criticised by US lawmakers and users over data security concerns. Can Facebook's fundamentals drive the company past this controversy? Jonathan also comments on the EU's proposed tax plan on tech giants and tech IPOs in 2018.