Executives most likely spend a lot of time thinking about how the internet and automation are changing the nature of employment, but they rarely wonder how technology will have an impact much closer to home: on their own jobs.
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Square CEO Jack Dorsey said in a recent interview that the company has advanced more than $100 million in small business financing to 20,000 over the last year.
You have no product, traction, or even a working prototype, but you have an idea for a startup. Well then you could still get up to $500,000 from a new wave of venture capitalists. These “pre-seed investors” will be happy to fund your future business endeavor.
According to a new research paper, America’s sprawl cost somewhere in the range of a trillion dollars every year.
We are now at a place in time when electronic payments technologies are accelerating like never before – and now is the moment for start-ups to break-through.
The foundations of the business-travel ecosystem are under more strain than ever before, even with U.S. companies projecting to spend $310 billion on business travel in 2015 (up 6.2 percent from last year). How they spend that money has become a source of tension and uncertainty.
When governments provide citizens with economic security, research shows that they embolden them to take more risks.
Going out to eat would be a downright miserable experience if restaurants started billing like hospitals.
With the northeast U.S. emerging from yet another snowstorm, California has just recorded its hottest winter ever, with average temperatures 4.4 degrees hotter than the 20th century average.