So-called "sharing economy" companies like Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb have run into regulatory problems in the U.S., where cities are slow to embrace them. In Seoul, South Korea, the government is welcoming the sharing economy with open arms.
New York City just approved a pilot program that will allow riders to hail cabs on their smartphones, paving the way for app-building upstarts trying to make the journey as enjoyable as the destination.
And by mojo, of course, we mean algorithm. Here's how job-matching site Path.To digs into your online life (not in a creepy way) to help find the right job for you. That banging noise you hear is one more nail going into the resume's coffin.