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Alibaba, the Asia-based online marketplace similar to the American site Amazon.com, went public on Friday, September 19, 2014. The initial public offering raised over $21 million on the first day of sales. As of Wednesday, September 25, the offering reached over $25 million raised, making it the largest IPO of all time, beating [...]Continue Reading →
Bitcoin has taken the spotlight in the world of cryptocurrencies. Whether it’s Bitcoin’s name or a little beginner’s luck, this first attempt at cryptocurrency appears to be working and its first-mover advantage is paying off.
It’s acceptance as a viable digital currency seems to be growing every day. Beginning with Overstock.com in January, [...]Continue Reading →
On April 1, 2014 By Andrew Solinger April 8, 2014
If you are anything like me, bargains are always a welcome sight. One of the most popular venues for bargain shoppers nationwide are the slew of outlet malls that have popped up in suburban areas and near popular vacation locales. Outlet stores advertise extensively that they offer upwards of 75 percent off [...]Continue Reading →
Over the holiday season, Target suffered a highly publicized data breach affecting between 70 and 110 million customers, one of the largest breaches of retail data in history. This personally identifiable data was hacked, according to Target executives, by malware installed on point-of-sale devices in Target’s checkout lines. The malicious software — [...]Continue Reading →
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