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In a new book, author David Wolman argues that cash costs society far more than we think it does.
Mobile-phone carriers are seeking a beachhead in phone-based payments. Only problem? Google got there first.
American Express built its brand around a material that’s going out of style. One word: plastic.
Ben Milne doesn’t look like a banker. Not one bit. So why shouldn’t he rebuild the world’s money system?
Technology has yet to fundamentally change how we think about money. As the mobile Internet begins to take financial control out of the hands of bank tellers and regulators, innovators are connecting us to our money in new ways.
An anthropologist says teenagers aren’t the digital experts, or aliens, we think they are.
Neil Renninger led a wave of young entrepreneurs who are finding energy problems harder to solve than they thought.
Employers are screening for job candidates who have created a presence online. For many young people, that’s a chance to shine.
By offering young company founders advice and about $17,500 each, Paul Graham is reshaping the landscape of the tech business.
Technology startups are booming. But is a shortage of mentors holding some back from success?