CEO and Founder of QA Madness, overseeing tech startups and seasoned players` business processes and software quality assurance globally.
I guess every person reaches the point in their lives when they can and want to share their knowledge. Recently, I was invited to talk with high school students about business as a part of my son’s school initiative. It made me realize two things. First, preparing for a lesson is not an easy task. Second, many teenagers are very reasonable when you talk to them about business.
Initially, I decided to share my career achievements and describe how
Home-insurance technology upstart Hippo Enterprises Inc. is teaming with a special-purpose acquisition company to go public, the latest insuretech business to tap equity markets and challenge traditional insurers head-on.
The six-year-old Hippo, based in Palo Alto, Calif., will go public through a merger with
Reinvent Technology Partners Z
in a deal that values the firm at $5 billion, the companies said. Reinvent Technology Partners Z had an initial public offering of stock in November.
Sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino that the crypto industry is bracing for increased regulations as digital currency gains wider acceptance.
The Southern District of New York has charged tech entrepreneur John McAfee and his cryptocurrency team with fraud and money laundering conspiracy crimes related to two schemes that netted them $13 million.
McAfee, 75, and his executive adviser, Jimmy Gale Watson Jr., 40, are accused of crimes including conspiracy to commit commodities and securities fraud, conspiracy to commit securities and touting fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, substantive wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering for their alleged
In the wake of the pandemic, many are turning to personal loans for help. (iStock)
The economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic suffered a blow in December, as the U.S lost 140,000 jobs that month. And although the unemployment rate dipped to 6.3% in January, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that seasonal jobs were responsible for the employment uptick. Surely, the road to recovery will take time before we see numbers like the pre-pandemic unemployment rate of 3.5% in February 2020.
With so many Americans still facing financial hardship, some people may be looking into getting
Yardeni Research President Ed Yardeni and Evercore ISI Chairman Ed Hyman provide insight into economic growth, today’s markets and the Federal Reserve.
The U.S. economy added 379,000 jobs in February, evidence the labor market’s recovery is gaining steam nearly one year into the pandemic as coronavirus caseloads fall nationwide and many states ease restrictions on business activity.
The unemployment rate fell slightly to 6.2% — well below the April peak of 14.7% but about twice the pre-crisis level, the Labor Department said in its monthly payroll report released Friday. Economists surveyed by Refinitiv expected the report to show that unemployment
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