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Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds

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Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China's payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found. 10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy's National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated. Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to the report. Foreign-born researchers working at U.S. agencies secretly joined China's payroll, sending sensitive U.S.-funded research to the country while U.S. government agencies took almost no defensive measures against a major recruitment operation, a Senate investigation found. Researchers linked to the Chinese government formed a Chinese cell within the Department of Energy, attained access to American genomic data, and recruited other U.S. researchers to join, the bipartisan report stated. China's Thousand Talents Plan (TTP) aims to get foreign governments to finance the communist power's military and economy by buying off researchers who are doing work abroad. The experts apply to the program, and if approved by the Communist Party, they join China's payroll and sign secret side agreements that the experts will share their research with that country, according to the investigation. Some of the information captured by TTP had significant military value. For example, in 2016, Dr. Long Yu, a Chinese citizen and U.S. permanent resident working for a U.S. defense contractor, applied for Chinese talent plans and was arrested for attempting to give hundreds of gigabytes to China, including design info on military jet engines, according to the investigation. "China wins twice. First, the American taxpayer funds China's research and development. Second, China uses that research to improve its economic and military status," Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican who chairs the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said in a statement. Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat whose staff co-wrote the report, said "there are serious consequences that come from giving a foreign government so much control over the vital research we rely on to drive our country's economic competitiveness and bolster our national defense." As China announced its plans and reportedly recruited 7,000 researchers in countries other than China, virtually every U.S. government agency made missteps, with some taking almost no actions to prevent the infiltration, the report stated. Department of Energy At the Department of Energy, which the FBI said is the most frequent target for penetration and which works on nuclear weapons, multiple researchers joined TTP. While one was working at a National Lab, he allegedly brought over dozens of other Chinese nationals, at least four of whom were TTP members. He "attempted to initiate official sharing agreements between the laboratory and a Chinese organization," the report stated. Energy's Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence had trouble investigating because of the "language barrier" and "insular nature" of the group of Chinese nationals working on six sensitive projects paid for by the U.S. government. More than 35,000 foreigners, including 10,000 Chinese, are conducting research at the National Labs, the investigation found. The counterintelligence office also found a postdoctoral fellow removed 30,000 files and went to China. He applied to TTP while he was working at the Energy Department, and U.S. colleagues wrote him letters of recommendation for the Chinese program, the report stated. He allegedly told China his "research area in the United States would play a critical role in advanced defense applications," and promised to keep in touch with specific National Labs research teams after returning to China. An Energy spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal the department had taken steps to address the threat. National Institutes of Health Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) permitted access to genomic data to companies linked to the Chinese government, without considering "national security risks, such as weaponizing for biological warfare," the investigation found. Nor did it consider "whether the [principal investigator] is in a foreign country that is on a United States Government watch list," it stated. The NIH, which gives out over $31 billion in research grants a ye Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds

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Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China's payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found. 10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy's National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated. Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to the report. Foreign-born researchers working at U.S. agencies secretly joined China's payroll, sending sensitive U.S.-funded research to the country while U.S. government agencies took almost no defensive measures against a major recruitment operation, a Senate investigation found. Researchers linked to the Chinese government formed a Chinese cell within the Department of Energy, attained access to American genomic data, and recruited other U.S. researchers to join, the bipartisan report stated. China's Thousand Talents Plan (TTP) aims to get foreign governments to finance the communist power's military and economy by buying off researchers who are doing work abroad. The experts apply to the program, and if approved by the Communist Party, they join China's payroll and sign secret side agreements that the experts will share their research with that country, according to the investigation. Some of the information captured by TTP had significant military value. For example, in 2016, Dr. Long Yu, a Chinese citizen and U.S. permanent resident working for a U.S. defense contractor, applied for Chinese talent plans and was arrested for attempting to give hundreds of gigabytes to China, including design info on military jet engines, according to the investigation. "China wins twice. First, the American taxpayer funds China's research and development. Second, China uses that research to improve its economic and military status," Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican who chairs the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said in a statement. Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat whose staff co-wrote the report, said "there are serious consequences that come from giving a foreign government so much control over the vital research we rely on to drive our country's economic competitiveness and bolster our national defense." As China announced its plans and reportedly recruited 7,000 researchers in countries other than China, virtually every U.S. government agency made missteps, with some taking almost no actions to prevent the infiltration, the report stated. Department of Energy At the Department of Energy, which the FBI said is the most frequent target for penetration and which works on nuclear weapons, multiple researchers joined TTP. While one was working at a National Lab, he allegedly brought over dozens of other Chinese nationals, at least four of whom were TTP members. He "attempted to initiate official sharing agreements between the laboratory and a Chinese organization," the report stated. Energy's Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence had trouble investigating because of the "language barrier" and "insular nature" of the group of Chinese nationals working on six sensitive projects paid for by the U.S. government. More than 35,000 foreigners, including 10,000 Chinese, are conducting research at the National Labs, the investigation found. The counterintelligence office also found a postdoctoral fellow removed 30,000 files and went to China. He applied to TTP while he was working at the Energy Department, and U.S. colleagues wrote him letters of recommendation for the Chinese program, the report stated. He allegedly told China his "research area in the United States would play a critical role in advanced defense applications," and promised to keep in touch with specific National Labs research teams after returning to China. An Energy spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal the department had taken steps to address the threat. National Institutes of Health Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) permitted access to genomic data to companies linked to the Chinese government, without considering "national security risks, such as weaponizing for biological warfare," the investigation found. Nor did it consider "whether the [principal investigator] is in a foreign country that is on a United States Government watch list," it stated. The NIH, which gives out over $31 billion in research grants a ye Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds

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Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China's payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found. 10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy's National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated. Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to the report. Foreign-born researchers working at U.S. agencies secretly joined China's payroll, sending sensitive U.S.-funded research to the country while U.S. government agencies took almost no defensive measures against a major recruitment operation, a Senate investigation found. Researchers linked to the Chinese government formed a Chinese cell within the Department of Energy, attained access to American genomic data, and recruited other U.S. researchers to join, the bipartisan report stated. China's Thousand Talents Plan (TTP) aims to get foreign governments to finance the communist power's military and economy by buying off researchers who are doing work abroad. The experts apply to the program, and if approved by the Communist Party, they join China's payroll and sign secret side agreements that the experts will share their research with that country, according to the investigation. Some of the information captured by TTP had significant military value. For example, in 2016, Dr. Long Yu, a Chinese citizen and U.S. permanent resident working for a U.S. defense contractor, applied for Chinese talent plans and was arrested for attempting to give hundreds of gigabytes to China, including design info on military jet engines, according to the investigation. "China wins twice. First, the American taxpayer funds China's research and development. Second, China uses that research to improve its economic and military status," Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican who chairs the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said in a statement. Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat whose staff co-wrote the report, said "there are serious consequences that come from giving a foreign government so much control over the vital research we rely on to drive our country's economic competitiveness and bolster our national defense." As China announced its plans and reportedly recruited 7,000 researchers in countries other than China, virtually every U.S. government agency made missteps, with some taking almost no actions to prevent the infiltration, the report stated. Department of Energy At the Department of Energy, which the FBI said is the most frequent target for penetration and which works on nuclear weapons, multiple researchers joined TTP. While one was working at a National Lab, he allegedly brought over dozens of other Chinese nationals, at least four of whom were TTP members. He "attempted to initiate official sharing agreements between the laboratory and a Chinese organization," the report stated. Energy's Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence had trouble investigating because of the "language barrier" and "insular nature" of the group of Chinese nationals working on six sensitive projects paid for by the U.S. government. More than 35,000 foreigners, including 10,000 Chinese, are conducting research at the National Labs, the investigation found. The counterintelligence office also found a postdoctoral fellow removed 30,000 files and went to China. He applied to TTP while he was working at the Energy Department, and U.S. colleagues wrote him letters of recommendation for the Chinese program, the report stated. He allegedly told China his "research area in the United States would play a critical role in advanced defense applications," and promised to keep in touch with specific National Labs research teams after returning to China. An Energy spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal the department had taken steps to address the threat. National Institutes of Health Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) permitted access to genomic data to companies linked to the Chinese government, without considering "national security risks, such as weaponizing for biological warfare," the investigation found. Nor did it consider "whether the [principal investigator] is in a foreign country that is on a United States Government watch list," it stated. The NIH, which gives out over $31 billion in research grants a ye Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds

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Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China's payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found. 10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy's National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated. Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to the report. Foreign-born researchers working at U.S. agencies secretly joined China's payroll, sending sensitive U.S.-funded research to the country while U.S. government agencies took almost no defensive measures against a major recruitment operation, a Senate investigation found. Researchers linked to the Chinese government formed a Chinese cell within the Department of Energy, attained access to American genomic data, and recruited other U.S. researchers to join, the bipartisan report stated. China's Thousand Talents Plan (TTP) aims to get foreign governments to finance the communist power's military and economy by buying off researchers who are doing work abroad. The experts apply to the program, and if approved by the Communist Party, they join China's payroll and sign secret side agreements that the experts will share their research with that country, according to the investigation. Some of the information captured by TTP had significant military value. For example, in 2016, Dr. Long Yu, a Chinese citizen and U.S. permanent resident working for a U.S. defense contractor, applied for Chinese talent plans and was arrested for attempting to give hundreds of gigabytes to China, including design info on military jet engines, according to the investigation. "China wins twice. First, the American taxpayer funds China's research and development. Second, China uses that research to improve its economic and military status," Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican who chairs the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said in a statement. Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat whose staff co-wrote the report, said "there are serious consequences that come from giving a foreign government so much control over the vital research we rely on to drive our country's economic competitiveness and bolster our national defense." As China announced its plans and reportedly recruited 7,000 researchers in countries other than China, virtually every U.S. government agency made missteps, with some taking almost no actions to prevent the infiltration, the report stated. Department of Energy At the Department of Energy, which the FBI said is the most frequent target for penetration and which works on nuclear weapons, multiple researchers joined TTP. While one was working at a National Lab, he allegedly brought over dozens of other Chinese nationals, at least four of whom were TTP members. He "attempted to initiate official sharing agreements between the laboratory and a Chinese organization," the report stated. Energy's Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence had trouble investigating because of the "language barrier" and "insular nature" of the group of Chinese nationals working on six sensitive projects paid for by the U.S. government. More than 35,000 foreigners, including 10,000 Chinese, are conducting research at the National Labs, the investigation found. The counterintelligence office also found a postdoctoral fellow removed 30,000 files and went to China. He applied to TTP while he was working at the Energy Department, and U.S. colleagues wrote him letters of recommendation for the Chinese program, the report stated. He allegedly told China his "research area in the United States would play a critical role in advanced defense applications," and promised to keep in touch with specific National Labs research teams after returning to China. An Energy spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal the department had taken steps to address the threat. National Institutes of Health Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) permitted access to genomic data to companies linked to the Chinese government, without considering "national security risks, such as weaponizing for biological warfare," the investigation found. Nor did it consider "whether the [principal investigator] is in a foreign country that is on a United States Government watch list," it stated. The NIH, which gives out over $31 billion in research grants a ye Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds

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Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China's payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found. 10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy's National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated. Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to the report. Foreign-born researchers working at U.S. agencies secretly joined China's payroll, sending sensitive U.S.-funded research to the country while U.S. government agencies took almost no defensive measures against a major recruitment operation, a Senate investigation found. Researchers linked to the Chinese government formed a Chinese cell within the Department of Energy, attained access to American genomic data, and recruited other U.S. researchers to join, the bipartisan report stated. China's Thousand Talents Plan (TTP) aims to get foreign governments to finance the communist power's military and economy by buying off researchers who are doing work abroad. The experts apply to the program, and if approved by the Communist Party, they join China's payroll and sign secret side agreements that the experts will share their research with that country, according to the investigation. Some of the information captured by TTP had significant military value. For example, in 2016, Dr. Long Yu, a Chinese citizen and U.S. permanent resident working for a U.S. defense contractor, applied for Chinese talent plans and was arrested for attempting to give hundreds of gigabytes to China, including design info on military jet engines, according to the investigation. "China wins twice. First, the American taxpayer funds China's research and development. Second, China uses that research to improve its economic and military status," Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican who chairs the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said in a statement. Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat whose staff co-wrote the report, said "there are serious consequences that come from giving a foreign government so much control over the vital research we rely on to drive our country's economic competitiveness and bolster our national defense." As China announced its plans and reportedly recruited 7,000 researchers in countries other than China, virtually every U.S. government agency made missteps, with some taking almost no actions to prevent the infiltration, the report stated. Department of Energy At the Department of Energy, which the FBI said is the most frequent target for penetration and which works on nuclear weapons, multiple researchers joined TTP. While one was working at a National Lab, he allegedly brought over dozens of other Chinese nationals, at least four of whom were TTP members. He "attempted to initiate official sharing agreements between the laboratory and a Chinese organization," the report stated. Energy's Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence had trouble investigating because of the "language barrier" and "insular nature" of the group of Chinese nationals working on six sensitive projects paid for by the U.S. government. More than 35,000 foreigners, including 10,000 Chinese, are conducting research at the National Labs, the investigation found. The counterintelligence office also found a postdoctoral fellow removed 30,000 files and went to China. He applied to TTP while he was working at the Energy Department, and U.S. colleagues wrote him letters of recommendation for the Chinese program, the report stated. He allegedly told China his "research area in the United States would play a critical role in advanced defense applications," and promised to keep in touch with specific National Labs research teams after returning to China. An Energy spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal the department had taken steps to address the threat. National Institutes of Health Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) permitted access to genomic data to companies linked to the Chinese government, without considering "national security risks, such as weaponizing for biological warfare," the investigation found. Nor did it consider "whether the [principal investigator] is in a foreign country that is on a United States Government watch list," it stated. The NIH, which gives out over $31 billion in research grants a ye Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds

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Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China's payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found. 10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy's National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated. Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to the report. Foreign-born researchers working at U.S. agencies secretly joined China's payroll, sending sensitive U.S.-funded research to the country while U.S. government agencies took almost no defensive measures against a major recruitment operation, a Senate investigation found. Researchers linked to the Chinese government formed a Chinese cell within the Department of Energy, attained access to American genomic data, and recruited other U.S. researchers to join, the bipartisan report stated. China's Thousand Talents Plan (TTP) aims to get foreign governments to finance the communist power's military and economy by buying off researchers who are doing work abroad. The experts apply to the program, and if approved by the Communist Party, they join China's payroll and sign secret side agreements that the experts will share their research with that country, according to the investigation. Some of the information captured by TTP had significant military value. For example, in 2016, Dr. Long Yu, a Chinese citizen and U.S. permanent resident working for a U.S. defense contractor, applied for Chinese talent plans and was arrested for attempting to give hundreds of gigabytes to China, including design info on military jet engines, according to the investigation. "China wins twice. First, the American taxpayer funds China's research and development. Second, China uses that research to improve its economic and military status," Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican who chairs the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said in a statement. Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat whose staff co-wrote the report, said "there are serious consequences that come from giving a foreign government so much control over the vital research we rely on to drive our country's economic competitiveness and bolster our national defense." As China announced its plans and reportedly recruited 7,000 researchers in countries other than China, virtually every U.S. government agency made missteps, with some taking almost no actions to prevent the infiltration, the report stated. Department of Energy At the Department of Energy, which the FBI said is the most frequent target for penetration and which works on nuclear weapons, multiple researchers joined TTP. While one was working at a National Lab, he allegedly brought over dozens of other Chinese nationals, at least four of whom were TTP members. He "attempted to initiate official sharing agreements between the laboratory and a Chinese organization," the report stated. Energy's Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence had trouble investigating because of the "language barrier" and "insular nature" of the group of Chinese nationals working on six sensitive projects paid for by the U.S. government. More than 35,000 foreigners, including 10,000 Chinese, are conducting research at the National Labs, the investigation found. The counterintelligence office also found a postdoctoral fellow removed 30,000 files and went to China. He applied to TTP while he was working at the Energy Department, and U.S. colleagues wrote him letters of recommendation for the Chinese program, the report stated. He allegedly told China his "research area in the United States would play a critical role in advanced defense applications," and promised to keep in touch with specific National Labs research teams after returning to China. An Energy spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal the department had taken steps to address the threat. National Institutes of Health Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) permitted access to genomic data to companies linked to the Chinese government, without considering "national security risks, such as weaponizing for biological warfare," the investigation found. Nor did it consider "whether the [principal investigator] is in a foreign country that is on a United States Government watch list," it stated. The NIH, which gives out over $31 billion in research grants a ye Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

A Child Sacrifice God Now On Display In Rome Raises Questions About Elite Pedophilia & Ritual Abuse

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Moloch is a Canaanite god in the Old Testament that’s associated with human sacrifice, specifically the sacrifice of human children. Some scholars even believe that Moloch, of Molekh, is an invention or an attempt to conceal the possible fact that Judahite (Jehovah) worship of YHWH in the eight and seventh century B.C.E. also included child sacrifice. This […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Brits think election will result in hung parliament but Tories will get most seats, poll reveals

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BRITAIN now thinks a hung parliament is the most likely outcome, with the Conservatives the biggest party. Pollsters Ipsos MORI found the nation reckon the Brexit nightmare is set to continue, with no party winning an outright majority. They revealed 30 per cent of Brits think Boris Johnson will get more seats than Jeremy Corbyn, but […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Boris Johnson will cut National Insurance tax for millions of Brits if he wins next election

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BORIS Johnson will cut taxes for millions of Brits if he wins the next election, he said today. The Prime Minister confirmed he would hike thresholds for National Insurance from £8,600 to £12,500 on a visit to Teesside today. He told workers at a factory on the River Tees: “We are cutting tax for working […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Prince Andrew's reputation is crumbling after a catastrophic BBC interview about Jeffrey Epstein. Here are all the businesses cutting ties.

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Prince Andrew BBC interview

  • More than a dozen businesses, charities, and universities are scrambling to distance themselves from Prince Andrew after the airing of his disastrous interview about Jeffrey Epstein.
  • In the "BBC Newsnight" interview, Andrew expressed remorse over remaining friends with Epstein. However, he did not seem to sympathize with Epstein's victims, and gave bizarre alibis for a claim from a woman who says she was trafficked to have sex with Andrew.
  • These are all the businesses and universities that have cut ties or distanced themselves from the prince in light of the interview.
  • Scroll down to see the full list.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
Prince Andrew's reputation is swiftly collapsing in the wake of his disastrous interview with the BBC , where he openly discussed his friendship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. In the "BBC Newsnight" interview, which aired Saturday, Andrew expressed remorse over staying friends with Epstein, even after he become a convicted sex offender, but denied meeting Virginia Giuffre , the woman who said she was forced to have sex with Andrew when she was 17. The Duke of York was also slammed for not appearing sympathetic to Epstein's victims and for relying on excuses, including being at a Pizza Express party and an apparent inability to sweat, to disprove Giuffre's allegation. Multiple firms have since distanced themselves from Andrew, who runs or sits on the board of dozens of charities and universities. prince andrew epstein At least six businesses have ended their partnerships with Andrew's pet project Pitch@Palace, Andrew's charity for tech startups and investors , has suffered the most from the "BBC Newsnight" interview. Here's a list of firms that have ended their sponsorships of the charity:
  • Accounting firm KPMG, which had previously been listed as a "founding partner" of the charity, according to a cached version of the website. Sky News first reported on the severed ties on Monday.
  • Standard Chartered bank, previously listed as a "strategic partner" of the charity, also ended its Pitch@Palace sponsorship "for commercial reasons," the BBC and Financial Times reported Wednesday.
  • Cisco announced on Monday that it had already severed ties with Pitch@Palace, CNN reported . "Cisco made the decision not to renew its support of Pitch@Palace in April 2019 and our final engagement with the program was in June 2019," the American tech firm said, according to CNN.
  • Advertising Week Europe, which had hosted multiple events with Pitch@Palace in the past and was previously listed as a "supporter" of the charity. "We can confirm that Pitch@Palace will not be held as part of Advertising Week Europe 2020," a spokesman told MailOnline and The Drum Tuesday. Adweek execs will not invite Andrew to their four-day summit in London next March, MailOnline reported.
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