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In shift towards electric vehicles Volkswagen looking for cobalt contracts

Amnesty International says it has traced cobalt used in batteries for household brands to mines in DRC, where children work in life-threatening conditions

A cobalt mine between Lubumbashi and Kolwezi in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Children as young as seven mining cobalt used in smartphones, says Amnesty

Why you should only buy used smart phones: children as young as seven mining cobalt used in smartphones, says Amnesty International.

Inside the Congo cobalt mines that exploit children

Inside the Congo cobalt mines that exploit children. It is an essential part of most mobile gadgets sold around the world and demand for cobalt is soaring.

Tech giants pledge to keep children out of cobalt mines that supply smartphone and electric-car batteries

Tech giants pledge to keep children out of cobalt mines that supply smartphone and electric-car batteries

Apple cracks down further on cobalt supplier in Congo as child labor persists

Lives lost for your call phone battery-  The cobalt pipeline: From dangerous tunnels in Congo to consumers’ mobile tech - The Washington Post

The cobalt pipeline: From dangerous tunnels in Congo to consumers’ mobile tech

Lives lost for your call phone battery- The cobalt pipeline: From dangerous tunnels in Congo to consumers’ mobile tech - The Washington Post

Financial+crisis+will+not+have+long-term+impact+on+UK+growth,+say+economists - interesting on size of output gap

Financial crisis will not have long-term impact on UK growth, say economists

Katie Allen: Poll by the Centre for Macroeconomics found majority of analysts dismissed long-term impact but were divided over size of output gap

Dear World: Let’s Stop Giving Our Crap to the Poor — We are THAT Family (generosity...people deserve better!)

Dear World: Let’s Stop Giving Our CRAP to the Poor (allow impoverished people to have some dignity and give only nice stuff instead!

Pema Chödrön famously introduced us to the notion of shenpa, which she defines as “biting the hook” of our habitual reactions.

5 Ways Not to Bite the Trump Hook

FTC serves health-app maker massive slice of humble pieand $1.5M bill

The app was meant to motivate users to go to the gym, eat veggies.

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