With the new money and youthful vigor of the tech community, the opera company of today is too big and too bold to fail.
Bitcoin got love from a judge this week who said a Ponzi scheme case involving the currency should go forward because Bitcoin is, in fact, real money.
Few startups have been as laser-focused on making sense of your finances as New York City-based LearnVest Planning.
Who needs money when you can have iMoney?
For Farzad Mostashari, the United States’ national coordinator for health information technology, there are three major areas that need a tech touch — and also provide an opportunity for making major money.
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With entrepreneur-friendly government regulation and high-quality late stage companies on the cusp of going public, VCs expect to see solid returns in the coming year.
PayPal now offers pre-paid cash cards for people who rely on cash, but want to shop online.
New York City-based LearnVest is aiming big with its latest update, which transforms the startup from a niche financial planning service to something that anyone can use.
The future of the top U.S. Bitcoin echange is in doubt after $250,000 in virtual currency was stolen last night.
As CNet reports, an unidentified hacker found and absconded with an unencrypted backup of virtual wallet keys, taking 24,000 bitcoins, each worth just over ten U.S. dollars. It’s the virtual equivalent of leaving your wallet on the cafe table as you go to use the restroom.
LearnVest, the financial planning site aimed at women, is launching some major new free and premium features today that will make it an even more indispensable tool for taking charge of your finances.
A compromised Windows computer is to blame for the theft of 25,000 Bitcoins, which is the equivalent of just under half a million American dollars at current market value, according to a posting on a popular Bitcoin forum Monday.
New startup BillGuard is betting there’s a market for people who would like an extra set of eyes monitoring their credit card statements for scams, billing errors, unauthorized charges and anything else that seems odd.
Payment service Venmo announced today that it has launched Gifi, its newest iPhone app that allows users to leave money at various Foursquare check-in locations for their friends to find. The app is available in the Apple app store now.