From Battlefield to Boardroom: Q&A With HPE COO Chris Hsu

From Battlefield to Boardroom: Q&A With HPE COO Chris Hsu

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s COO and EVP Chris Hsu is a graduate of West Point and a former U.S. Army captain, a leadership role that proved valuable in navigating the HP-HPE transition and the ever-shifting tech landscape.

How Kiva Fights Global Poverty With the Power of Big Data

How Kiva Fights Global Poverty With the Power of Big Data

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Big Data generated by the global prevalence of mobile adoption is providing necessary information to fight poverty and financially empower impoverished individuals. Data gathered from mobile devices in developing nations is informing policy change, aid decisions and disaster protection.

How Square Solved Credit Card Payments for Small Business Owners

How Square Solved Credit Card Payments for Small Business Owners

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Square has become a winner due to laser focus on connecting small and medium-sized businesses to their customers, by allowing them to take credit card payments just like major retailers. The company’s growth, once started, has gone increasingly vertical.

4 Tips to Turn Your Small Business Into a ‘Micro-Multinational’

4 Tips to Turn Your Small Business Into a ‘Micro-Multinational’

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A variety of online and cloud-based tech tools and services make it possible for SMBs to take their business overseas. Thanks to a variety of tools and services that are now available to help ease the burden, SMBs no longer have to go it...

Beanstocks: An App for Parents to Pay Their Children for Chores

Beanstocks: An App for Parents to Pay Their Children for Chores

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A new generation of children’s banking apps aims to make the mechanics of money-moving more transparent with young coders inventing their own tech-savvy interfaces to teach one another the ancient lessons about how money works.

Why Digital Driver’s Licenses Raise Privacy Concerns

Why Digital Driver’s Licenses Raise Privacy Concerns

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A few states have considered digital driver’s licenses with rollouts coming possibly as early as this year. If the trend continues, then it’s possible to imagine that within five years, as mobile payments also become more common, that most of us can leave the wallet home for good.

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