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Money: people love and hate to talk about it. They want to make it, they want to use it, and they love having it, but when it comes to actually thinking about it, how we get it, how we use and how it helps or hurt us—that's when people start to ask questions.

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Know the Rules to Break the Rules in 2019: Mastercard Podcast's Second Season is Ready

Fortune Favors the Bold helps break assumptions about money.

Originally Published by Mastercard.

Money: people love and hate to talk about it. They want to make it, they want to use it, and they love having it, but when it comes to actually thinking about it, how we get it, how we use and how it helps or hurt us—that's when people start to ask questions.

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General Motors' Maven Provides Transportation Solutions in Rising Gig Economy

"The Maven Gig app was designed to help people who currently may not have a car, but still want to be a part of the gig economy," GM's Iman Jefferson told DiversityInc.

GM's Iman Jefferson (far left) speaks during "Smart Cities and You" panel session at the CBCF's 48th Annual Legislative Conference. / DIVERSITYINC

The climate is changing in mobility and General Motors (GM) is meeting the challenge.

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Mastercard: Smart Cities are Connected Cities

Mastercard is making cities smarter, more sustainable and more inclusive.

As a technology leader, Mastercard (No. 7 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) is committed to being a driving force in the private sector to make cities better and make better cities. Through data driven insights, advanced technologies and its global network, the company is making cities smarter, more sustainable and more inclusive.

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