Posted December 24, 2015
In the midst of holiday cheer, delicious meals, and gift-giving, investors should also be thinking about minimizing their tax toll. What used to involve miles of red tape and IRS lingo just became a whole lot easier.
Posted December 22, 2015
Posted December 15, 2015
Companies don't need to reinvent the wheel to cause a market disruption. Sometimes it's just about providing good service at a reasonable price. Unfortunately, that's a rarity these days.
Posted December 10, 2015
The reclusive creator of Bitcoin has been identified, and it's not who you'd expect. Is this real or just another hoax?
Posted December 8, 2015
Autonomous cars are already on public roads. In a few years, they'll be everywhere. Unfortunately, there are still some big questions that need answering, and your life could depend on it.
Posted December 3, 2015
As the Zuckerbergs pledge to use their $45 billion for good, we are reminded that wealth comes with great responsibility.
Posted December 1, 2015
Current FDA regulation has the potential to shut down thousands of small businesses. An entire industry depends on one piece of legislation: HR 2058.
Posted November 24, 2015
Hoverboards literally 'explode' onto the 2015 gadget scene, as retailers and consumers weigh the legal and physical risks of the newest tech toy.
Posted November 20, 2015
IPO hype is a man-made creation, and companies fuel that excitement for a reason. Sometimes, the hype is genuine. Other times, it borders on deliberate deception.
Posted November 18, 2015
In the aftermath of increasing terrorist threats, America must find a way to achieve security without ignoring the principles of democracy. Biometric technology provides the necessary compromise.
Posted November 12, 2015
Hedge funds exist to make money for themselves and their clients... but mostly themselves. The fee structure ensures that hedge funds make money even when you don't, and they want to keep it that way.
Posted November 9, 2015
No matter how many times we try to predict the future of technology, it keeps defying all expectations. Not even the "experts" can get it right.
Posted November 5, 2015
As unmanned aircraft extend into commercial and recreational sectors, issues of economy, security, and privacy must be addressed.
Posted November 2, 2015
The failure rate of Alzheimer's drugs in the clinical phase is 99%. We just found the other 1%.
Posted October 29, 2015
Despite the fact that all economic signs point downward, the American consumer will still be the source of market recovery.