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MasterCard is currently testing the technology in South Africa.
The buildup in high-end housing and supply constraint in the low-end sector are two sides of the same coin.
An executive order mandates a review of major tax regulations set forth by the former president.
VP of engineering, Kris Wehner,oversees restaurant and diner-facing technology andmakes data accessible for all employees to boost customer satisfaction and gain a competitive edge.
Women hold only 25% of computing-related occupations, but it may be even more alarming that when women do get jobs in the tech industry, that the quit rate is 41%.
You don't have to quit your day job to start earning recurring revenue from your ideas.
The main thing to remember is that you need to be prepared and organized when you approach an investor.
This is a story of a completely unconventional campaign, using unconventional strategies. It even had an unconventional endgame in mind, where an election defeat would still translate into a win.
Here are 12 Words and Phrases Intelligent People Would Never Say.
You really won't have drunk anything like this before. But is this a good thing?
If you've ever watched a professional speaker and thought, "I could do that," but didn't know where to start... Here's the answer.
Wanting it all is easy. Paying for it isn't. So, how do you make cuts when times get hard?
Walls can't talk, yet, but they are listening. As we speak, smart architects are understanding are changing habits and creating habitats that expand what we can do and how we do it.
The threat of negative consequences can create positive outcomes, but not for everyone.
Here's How You Should Really be Spending Your Paycheck
Are you ignoring the most basic element of business relationships? Here's how to nurture it.
As Pied Piper starts to rack up users, Richard Hendricks must ask himself if he will compromise his vision for monetary success or abandon his company in pursuit of his true passions.
As more hotels go green, companies need to find new ways to stand out. By alining themselves with an endangered species, these three resorts are giving back and getting attention.
Yet oddly enough, that and other findings mean very good things for your brand -- if you're smart.
Growth at Snapchat, Google, and Instagram is powered by these simple concepts applicable to any business