Photo courtesy of Alexandre Dulaunoy via Flickr. Not all hacks are quite on the scale of cyberwar, and with the Internet at your disposal, you can hire a hacker almost as easily as you can order from your neighborhood Thai restaurant.
photo by Philippe Lewicki via Flickr. With dollar amounts reaching into the tens of billions, startup valuations can sometimes seem overzealous. But just where do these valuations come from?
Photo courtesy of USAID via Flickr. Nearly a decade and a half ago, the UN set in motion eight vital millennium development goals to be achieved by 2015.
photo by woodleywonderworks via Flickr. What The Finance is your “dummies guide” to understanding the basics of everyday financial topics. In our W.T.F. series we’ll help you explore every level of business and finance, from what a security is, to how companies hedge their risk–without forcing you to wade through pools of financial jargon.
photo by Jesús Villaseca Pérez via flickr Since 2006, violence fueled by Mexican cartels has resulted in over 150,000 fatalities, making the United State’s neighbor to the south a theater for one of the most deadly armed conflicts in the world.
photo by Aaron Newcomer via Flickr Whether you’re a day trader, hedge fund manager, or an amateur looking to hit it big, investing intelligently is key to any well-prepared financial strategy.
Photo courtesy of Tammy Strobel via Flickr. As the population gets bigger and families get smaller, tiny houses and tiny apartments — along with the tiny appliances crafted for them — have been popping up like daisies.
Image courtesy of Tomas Fano via Flickr. Alternative medicine: some call it quackery, but others praise the power of healing, no matter how far it strays from conventional science.