An online financial services start-up, Wealthfront, has squarely and unashamedly targeted Millennial wallets and raised$64 million last month. That’s on top of $35 million that venture firms plowed into the company earlier this year.
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Women are not allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia. That leaves women reliant on male relatives or paid services to get to stores, school, and (increasingly) work. So when Uber launched in Riyadh in early 2014, its impact went beyond the general convenience of tech-enhanced ride hailing. The company has made a real difference in […]
Are you constantly checking your smartphone? Are you opening apps on it more than 60 times a day? If so, you are not alone. Right now throughout the world there are more than 280 million of these so-called “mobile addicts”, according to recently shared statistics by Flurry, an app analytics company that Yahoo bought last year.
Even with the fastest growing startup ecosystem in the world, India is a bleak place for women entrepreneurs. India was ranked 29th, in a new study of 31 countries, for the support it provides to women entrepreneurs.
We imagine stuff, we want stuff, we build stuff, and repeat. New innovations are born in our mind, and we humans choose which of those visions to bring into existence, is a standard assumption of technological progress.
Many peopler were jubilant when the US Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of gay marriage, events that lead to more freedom and equality are positive progress. However, the fact that marriage—especially to many young people—isn’t as attractive as it once was seems to be missing from most news coverage.
A mart HR manager is already looking at the generation Z, oldest of whom are turning 18 and slowly entering the workforce, while a lot of companies are still struggling with millennials.
June is the time of year when we’re supposed to hear wedding bells. The invitations start coming in and you find yourself scurrying to order gifts from registries and block off summer weekends to attend ceremonies and parties.
Mostly capturing the devastation of buildings and the casualties of battle, its harder to visualize the effect of conflict on those who aren’t killed or enlisted to fight.
Everyone learns the value of natural selection when learning basic biology - a species either adapts to their changing environment or dies off. This process also applies to governments, in some ways, but millions of people can still be chained to a failing state with no exit options.