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Tech's New Wall Street: Lessons in Banking from Silicon Valley - Forbes.com March 12, 2012

Tech's New Wall Street: Lessons in Banking from Silicon Valley - Forbes.com March 12, 2012 | TEDxNewWallStreet | Scoop.it
It's not often 16 speakers inspire a live audience of 200 for 9 hours to re-imagine banking, but that's exactly what happened at the Computer History Museum at TEDxNewWallStreet on March 11th.
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PayPal targets small business with mobile payments - LubbockOnline.com

PayPal targets small business with mobile payments - LubbockOnline.com | TEDxNewWallStreet | Scoop.it
Wired News (blog)PayPal targets small business with mobile paymentsLubbockOnline.comPayPal unveiled a mobile payments service Thursday targeting merchants that don't already have full-fledged payments systems in place.
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MSRB Publishes 2011 Municipal Bond Fact Book

MSRB Publishes 2011 Municipal Bond Fact Book | TEDxNewWallStreet | Scoop.it
The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board today released a new edition of its Fact Book, an annual sourcebook that analyzes trading data, continuing disclosure submissions and other statistics for the $3.7 trillion municipal bond market.
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Exclusive: Mobile Payments Heat Up with Intuit's Donation App Updates | Epicenter | Wired.com

Exclusive: Mobile Payments Heat Up with Intuit's Donation App Updates | Epicenter | Wired.com | TEDxNewWallStreet | Scoop.it
Exclusive: Mobile Payments Heat Up with Intuit’s Donation App Updates http://t.co/zMviQLV3...
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Reinventing Banking & Financial Services

Curtis Girod, Cognizant Business Consulting's Vice President of Banking and Financial Services, explains how industry leaders are increasingly relying on business process virtualization, emerging cloud computing models and social networking tools to get closer to customers, mitigate risk and improve asset utilization.

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CAMILLA WEBSTER, onstage host of TEDxNewWallStreet

CAMILLA WEBSTER, onstage host of TEDxNewWallStreet | TEDxNewWallStreet | Scoop.it

Camilla Webster is a published author, leading business journalist contributing to Forbes and the Huffington Post and a frequent TV and radio commentator.

She is the co-author of the upcoming book The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom: A Woman's Guide to Enjoying Wealth and Power with wealth manager Carol Pepper and her work has also been published in The Wall Street Journal, the New York Post and on MarketWatch.com.

A former Forbes anchor, Camilla is a guest expert on TV and radio, reporting on breaking news, Wall Street, international business, wealth, technology and art. She has appeared multiple times on MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, WABC radio, KNSS radio, LBC radio and other stations around the world.

Camilla was recently invited to participate in the first White House Tweetup Briefing with Press Secretary Jay Carney on the American Jobs Act. In March 2012, She is MC and a curator for TEDx New Wall Street: Reimagining Banking for the Information Age in Mountain View, California.

In 2011, Camilla served as a moderator for London & Partners' Bridging the Tech Gap; a series of panels including Gilt Groupe, General Assembly and Cisco aimed at attracting investors to London's new Tech City in advance of the 2012 Olympic Games.

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A New Wall Street: Silicon Valley Reimagines Banking - Forbes.com March 5, 2012

A New Wall Street: Silicon Valley Reimagines Banking - Forbes.com March 5, 2012 | TEDxNewWallStreet | Scoop.it

Just down the street from Google in Silicon Valley, some of the brightest minds locally and internationally are coming together at the famed Computer History Museum to re-imagine banking for the Information Age.

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Silicon Valley Special Sauce - Key Ingredients For a Tech Hub ...

The great tech boom swept into San Francisco and Silicon Valley with a massive wave of investment and talented engineers. If a company could throw together a sock puppet and an HTML website they were sure to get millions.
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What happens to Web Search when algorithms switch off the "Wisdom of Crowds"

An important TED speech on what is happening with the Internet.
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Graham Hill: Less stuff, more happiness | Video on TED.com

“We’ve got to cut the extraneous out of our lives, and we’ve got to learn to stem the inflow. We need to think before we buy. Ask ourselves, ‘Is that really going to make me happier? Truly?
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Banks and Other Financials Seek to Reinvent Themselves through Social Media, According to Change Sciences Group Report - The Sacramento Bee

 Some banks and other financial services firms are using social media to change their image according to a new research report released today by internet researchers Change Sciences Group in New York.

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About TEDxNewWallStreet

TEDxNewWallStreet was designed to explore moving banking into the Information Age.

In 2009, Marc Andreessen remarked “banking is just information science.” Inspired by Marc’s words, Bruce Cahan and the Team set out to organize TEDxNewWallStreet to explore the empowerment of the new reality – a banking system different than the Industrial Age system we inherited.

What if Silicon Valley/SanFrancisco/Pacific Northwest or other technology clusters grew New Wall Streets, on quite different terms than exist in New York?
How would they spearhead technology in faster, cheaper, more transparent and accountable ways that contrast with the recent (and recurring) issues of the game as defined and played on old Wall Street?
We disagree with pundits who reduce innovation and reinforce a cynical inevitability by portraying bankers and banking as forever unhealthy or worse.

Such a paradigm is not inevitable.

Instead, let’s have a visionary dialogue that leads Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and engineers to reinvent banking for the Information Age.

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