When it comes to making small purchases, Americans prefer cash over plastic, but according to a new survey that’s likely to change.
Daily cash fares for riding San Francisco Municipal Railway will go from $2 to $2.25 effective Monday, SFMTA officials said.
More than two months after their cash drops became a phenomenon that spread across the country and around the world, the Bay Area duo behind the @hiddencash Twitter account said they are ending their experiment.
The hidden cash treasure hunt that’s become popular around the Bay Area is going digital, with a little something for marijuana enthusiasts, too.
The movement that has been giving away cash around the world in recent weeks has shaken things up for the 4th of July, opting to give away ice cream to celebrate America’s birthday.
Governor Jerry Brown signed a law last week legalizing currency other than U.S. dollars, opening doors for digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ripple, Peercoin and Primecoin to used in transactions across California.
A Peninsula startup hopes to attract the best and brightest new employees by offering cold, hard cash — $20,000 to be exact — to people who refer a successful candidate. There is a catch, though.
The ‘Hidden Cash’ frenzy is expanding to other states around the country, according to the man behind the giveaways.
There was another frenzy for hidden cash in San Francisco Sunday, just days after the identity of the man behind the cash drops was revealed.
Two weeks after he began planting cash in locations across the Bay Area, the mystery man behind the @hiddencash Twitter account is finally showing his face. As he gives away thousands, others criticize the millionaire for how he made his money.