At 20, Wences Casares launched Argentina's first Internet service provider. Now 40, and with several successful startups under his belt, the serial entrepreneur is on a mission to bring financial security to underserved communities through Bitcoin.
From their adroit use of technology to the importance they place on relationships, the youngest business people have embraced timeless business values in their own distinct way.
Last year was a busy one but even more changes are on the horizon this year.
MBAs Across America helped a Kansas City, Missouri food market find identify technologies to help it graduate from an old-school paper system to boost efficiency.
Papa John's became the first pizza chain to sustain more than 50 percent total online sales, but Domino's and Pizza Hut aren't far behind.
Square CEO Jack Dorsey announced today that the mobile payments company is now localized for 130 internationally currencies.
Instant payment can free small businesses from the worry of unpaid invoices, making it likelier more will thrive.
The new service essentially lets users send money to each other.
Could a deal for Apple Pay be far behind?
The new reader is available for pre-sale, as the U.S. prepares to say goodbye to magnetic-stripe cards.
Can this payments service catch on beyond its super-connected niche?
The Whopper maker is looking to new frontiers, introducing mobile payments and making a push into India.
Howard Schultz calls the coffee giant's plans to deliver food and drinks "ecommerce on steroids."
Email addresses from pilot participants were stolen, the company said, though the forthcoming mobile app -- which lets users purchase goods by scanning a QR code -- was not affected.
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