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Sexual Assault Survivor Uses Crypto to Crowdfund Anonymously

A new use case is emerging for cryptocurrency: helping women who’ve suffered sexual harassment or assault gain financial independence while also protecting their privacy. Case in point, a sexual assault survivor used the crypto-powered payment processor Seeds to crowdfund $500 in September after the trauma left her unable to work for several months. Had she used a […]

French Lawmakers Want to Give Bitcoin Investors a Tax Cut

Skip the fancy restaurant and try a food hall on your next business trip

Food halls are the promised land for intrepid as well as indecisive diners. Slurp up soup dumplings here; grab a bánh mì sandwich there; munch on a fish taco elsewhere. Finish up with a mango mochidoki — and return the next day for an entirely different menu. For the business traveler, food hall dining is […]

Fortune magazine sold for second time this year — for $150 million in cash

Veterans Day 2018: All the places vets can get free food and meal deals Sunday and Monday

This Veterans Day, veterans and active-duty military can take advantage of an extra day of deals. As they do each year, restaurants are saluting veterans by offering free food and meal deals. Thanks to the federal holiday falling on Sunday, it’s officially observed Monday. This leads to a split with some businesses showing their appreciation Sunday and […]

‘Morning people’ have lower breast cancer risk

Victoria’s Secret ‘sorry’ for transgender model comments

Victoria’s Secret chief marketing officer has apologised for comments he made about transgender models. In an interview with Vogue magazine, Ed Razek had said the lingerie company’s annual shows were “a fantasy” and should not include them. Mr Razek later said his remarks were “insensitive”. The 2018 show took place on 8 November in New […]

Dennis Miller on 2020: ‘Why not Pelosi? What does it say about the Dems that they haven’t foisted her up?’

Fortune magazine sold for second time this year — for $150 million in cash

Parent company Meredith has “found some very unexpected buyers,” said one industry analyst. Meredith said on Friday it has an agreement to sell Fortune magazine to Thailand-based entrepreneur Chatchaval Jiaravanon, who is using his personal money to acquire the storied brand for $150 million. Jiaravanon is the second wealthy individual to come to the rescue […]

Skip the fancy restaurant and try a food hall on your next business trip

Ethereum Sets Tentative January Goal for Next Blockchain Upgrade

Developers are eyeing January 16th as the date on which Constantinople, ethereum’s upcoming network hard fork, could launch. The upgrade for the world’s second-largest blockchain was originally targeted for November, bringing with it a host of design changes aimed at streamlining the platform’s code in a bid to boost performance. Yet the November launch window was […]

Malta Rocks Blockchain Summit

7 Early-Stage Recruiting Mistakes I’ll Never Make Again

By Alex P In the early days of your startup, there may be no decision you make as a founder that will be more critical than your initial hires. I’m talking about your first client engineers, server engineers, product managers, salespeople, designers, etc. If you hire the right people for these roles, your company, future employees, […]

AG Jeff Sessions Was (Basically) Fired: The Cannabis Industry Reacts

AG Jeff Sessions Was (Basically) Fired: The Cannabis Industry Reacts

By J Melbourne We tried but we couldn’t find anybody unhappy about it. Following the 2018 midterm election, President Donald Trump asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign — which actually meant firing him, albeit politely. Sessions, a well-known, long-standing opponent of marijuana legalization, was understandably disliked by cannabis industry participants and weed enthusiasts alike. So, […]

7 Early-Stage Recruiting Mistakes I’ll Never Make Again