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Money Talks: US tech company implants microchips to workers

A company in the US state of Wisconsin offers to microchip its employees. It enables them to open doors, log onto their computers and purchase food with a simple swipe of the hand. The technology is already available in Europe, and it is the first time it has made its way across the Atlantic. But as Denee Savoia reports not everyone is keen. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world

Money Talks: Arcade transports gamers to virtual worlds

Money Talks: Arcade transports gamers to virtual worlds

Money Talks: Zimbabwe battles cash shortage

Money Talks: Zimbabwe battles cash shortage

Money Talks: Vegetable-based burgers appeal to US diners

Money Talks: Vegetable-based burgers appeal to US diners

Money Talks: The business of noodles in Hong Kong

Money Talks: The business of noodles in Hong Kong

China's economy grows by a record 18.3% in the first quarter | Money Talks

China's economy grows by a record 18.3% in the first quarter | Money Talks

South Koreans earn big by live-streaming their daily lives | Money Talks

South Koreans earn big by live-streaming their daily lives | Money Talks

Turkey to roll-out local COVID-19 vaccine in coming months | Money Talks

Turkey to roll-out local COVID-19 vaccine in coming months | Money Talks

Cryptocurrency exchange valued at $86B in market debut | Money Talks

Cryptocurrency exchange valued at $86B in market debut | Money Talks

US accuses Russian government of backing cyber attacks | Money Talks

US accuses Russian government of backing cyber attacks | Money Talks

British Gas staff strike over changes to working conditions | Money Talks

British Gas staff strike over changes to working conditions | Money Talks

Tehran to produce 60% enriched uranium from next week | Money Talks

Tehran to produce 60% enriched uranium from next week | Money Talks

US pauses Johnson & Johnson roll-out over blood clot reports | Money Talks

US pauses Johnson & Johnson roll-out over blood clot reports | Money Talks

US President Biden proposes $50B semiconductor investment | Money Talks

US President Biden proposes $50B semiconductor investment | Money Talks

Man-made pollution threatens Bolivia's highlands and lakes | Money Talks

Man-made pollution threatens Bolivia's highlands and lakes | Money Talks

Activists protest Japan's decision to dump treated water | Money Talks

Activists protest Japan's decision to dump treated water | Money Talks

UK government to probe former PM's role in bankrupt firm | Money Talks

UK government to probe former PM's role in bankrupt firm | Money Talks

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