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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The labor movement in the U.S. is finally starting to go online. It was born from the shifting economic environment created by the Industrial Revolution—and we are, once again, at a technological turning point: this time, change is driven across transistors rather than by steam engines. Labor issues are as much in flux as any […]
The economy in China is shrinking, and it’s happening faster than anyone expected, not even the country’s government.
The logical thing to do when a company wants to generate the most revenue from its resources, is to put its most experienced leaders in charge of those resources.
According to recent data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, you might consider moving to Mississippi or Arkansas, if you want the most bang for your buck.
Something unprecedented happened following the Enron Scandal in October of 2001. Although for a short period, for the first time in its modern history the global audit industry lost its most precious asset: public trust.
Over the past five years the for-profit institution has shed about half of its students, and since September the university has fired 900 employees.
According to a recent paper published in the Portuguese academic journal, OBS, the single most striking element explaining the difficulty in the discovery and implementation of new business models for the media in the digital age, is the declining value of information in the networked society.
Owning a car, in just a few short decades, could be a lot like owning a horse — mostly for hobbyists and really unnecessary for transportation purposes.
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.