Between credit cards, debit cards, Apple Pay and Venmo, the need for cash is on the decline -- and so is the ATM. And yet North American and European banks aren’t necessarily decreasing ATM production or removing the machines. Some…
By Dave Sloan
An Israeli-based counterfeiting ring produced and circulated over $77 million of mostly fake $100 bills for more than a decade without being discovered, until now.
New evidence from behavioral economists, researchers who study the psychology behind financial decisions, is at the root of what a number of major companies are using to help consumers get a better fiscal foothold.
By PBS NewsHour
Behavioral science is behind a host of new online applications that nudge people into making better decisions on everything from health care to saving money.
By Ruth Tam
Don’t accept anyone’s dirty money. Not because it’s wrong, but because it’s loaded with germs.
By Jordan Vesey
Across Canada a beloved and familiar face is silently disappearing. Everyday transactions in shopping centers and banks are slowly feeding a systematized extinction unnoticed by most. The object of destruction: the Canadian penny.
By Simone Pathe
So what happens to the value of all those lost Bitcoins? Enter Goxcoin -- a new digital currency that would insure the assets trapped in Mt. Gox.
By PBS NewsHour
Mt. Gox, an early player in the virtual currency Bitcoins, became a major online exchange until the disappearance of a significant sum and the subsequent bankruptcy of the company. Kashmir Hill of Forbes joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the potential…
By Mark Shields, David Brooks, Judy Woodruff, PBS NewsHour
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