Bitcoin represents the future of money and global finance, despite all of it’s growing pains.
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Bill and Melinda Gates have a pretty substantial to-do list. In the Gates Foundation annual letter, they have outlined their long-term, 15 year goals for the challenges they wish to solve.
According to a new report commissioned by Facebook and conducted by Deloitte, the social networking site had a global economic impact of $227 billion and indirectly created 4.5 million jobs in 2014.
Movehub, a website designed to help make moving abroad easier, has compiled data from online database Numbeo, is presenting in a series of infographics that show cost of living from countries all around the world.
2014 was the best year for venture capital investments since 2000, with $43.3 billion invested.
CareerBuilder’s annual job forecast has 36 percent of employers expecting to add full-time, permanent positions in 2015. This year’s outlook is up 24 percent from last year and the best since 2006.
Mobile tech generated $3.3 trillion in revenue in 2014 Mobile technology has had a great impact on the global economy, and a new report is showing us just how big that impact actually is. According to a report by The Boston Consulting Group, mobile technology generated $3.3 trillion in revenue in 2014.
If the fundamental premise of President Obama’s new initiative to make community college free is to open up career and life opportunities for the nation’s young — especially those from underprivileged backgrounds — then the federal government should also be thinking of ways to cover the tuition costs of individuals attending coding boot camps. Instead […]
Bitcoin was a terrible investment this year, but that hasn’t stopped non-profits from asking for them anyway. Wikipedia, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Khan Academy and now even Burning Man will take those bitcoins off your hands in the form of a tax-deductible donation.
Three seismic shifts, in housing, transportation and employment, deserve blame for the fall of the American city. Suburbs and highways, it seems, are always at the center of the conversation. The decentralization of jobs isn’t as easy to see; it has no well-worn symbol, like the green fields of subdivisions or the canyons of urban […]