Money, one of the most fundamental mediums that touch every person on the planet, is being changed by technology. The demand for a globally accepted digital currency has been shown by the rise of Bitcoin. Continue Reading »
Living humans don’t stand a chance when a giant hedge fund is bidding on all the foreclosed houses in a poor neighborhood – but that’s OK, because rapacious investors make great landlords. Continue Reading »
A new report shows that spring college enrollment dropped nearly 2% from last year. Millennials are heading back to work, causing declining revenues in the educational sector. Continue Reading »
Most people, including experts, think that with the large hurdles that exist for widespread adoption, the transition to driverless vehicles will come slowly over the coming few decades. This could be a significant underestimation. Continue Reading »
The jobs of the future aren’t so easily defined, though the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects health care and construction jobs to grow as baby boomers age in greater numbers and the economic rebound gives people the confidence to build new homes. Continue Reading »
Money can make you happier, but after you basic needs are met, it really doesn’t make you much more happier. One of the the biggest questions then is how do we allocate our money, which is (for most of us) a limited resource. Continue Reading »
We are told that the U.S. economy really is improving, so why are U.S. retailers permanently shutting down thousands of stores? Continue Reading »
Think tank Third Way published in early April, research by Henry Siu and Nir Jaimovich that attributes to robots and automation the fact that routinized jobs have all but vanished from the economic recovery. Continue Reading »
Cisco chief executive John Chambers used a portentous phrase while telling analysts in 2013 that they were cutting its three- to five-year revenue growth target because sales in emerging markets were spiraling downward: “We’re the canary in the coal mine.” Continue Reading »
A huge amount of money will be spent on video games in 2015. According to an upcoming report from research firm Newzoo, the global gaming market will reach $91.5 billion this year.
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