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Medtech company Edinburgh Biosciences (EBS) is working towards a global solution for the diagnosis and treatment of cataracts. Ahead of presenting at the 32nd edition of the MedTech investing (MTi) forum, chief executive officer Dr Graham Bell, explains the benefits and potential future applications of the technology.

Medtech company Edinburgh Biosciences (EBS) is working towards a global solution for the diagnosis and treatment of cataracts. Ahead of presenting at the 32nd edition of the MedTech investing (MTi) forum, chief executive officer Dr Graham Bell, explains the benefits and potential future applications of the technology.

In this week’s FB Roundup, US president Joe Biden proposes a billionaire income tax; the preferred bid for new Chelsea FC ownership is to be presented by April 18; and BNY Mellon appoints a new head for global family office.

In this week’s FB Roundup, US president Joe Biden proposes a billionaire income tax; the preferred bid for new Chelsea FC ownership is to be presented by April 18; and BNY Mellon appoints a new head for global family office.

The 9th-generation member of the Interbrew-owning family talks to Campden FB about organic farming, ethical investment and never wasting time.

The 9th-generation member of the Interbrew-owning family talks to Campden FB about organic farming, ethical investment and never wasting time.

In this week’s FB Roundup, MacKenzie Scott donates $281 million to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Stipple founder Ray Flemings launches an UHNW luxury services marketplace and Christian Beck’s family office brings a former Goldman Sachs boss on board.

In this week’s FB Roundup, MacKenzie Scott donates $281 million to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Stipple founder Ray Flemings launches an UHNW luxury services marketplace and Christian Beck’s family office brings a former Goldman Sachs boss on board.

From respected financial journalist to renowned investor, Malcolm Burne believes his life and career has been blessed with good luck. However, as his diverse portfolio proves, it’s more of a case of fortune favouring the bold.

From respected financial journalist to renowned investor, Malcolm Burne believes his life and career has been blessed with good luck. However, as his diverse portfolio proves, it’s more of a case of fortune favouring the bold.

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