Anne Gaviola

Producer, On The Money on CBC News Network

Anne Gaviola is a hunter, gatherer and teller of stories. Follow her on Twitter @AnneGaviola, on Instagram at annegeewhiz

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Bitcoin's gender divide could be a bad sign, experts say

Bitcoin, and the world of cryptocurrency, is a boys' club, say some experts, and that should be cause for concern.

'Well, there's no limit on it': Ohio student makes a fortune buying Canadian-invented ether cryptocurrency

A Cleveland teenager has invested money from gifts and a part-time job in a cryptocurrency that was created by a Canadian and earned over $500,000 US.

Canada urgently needs diversity in science, tech, engineering and math: report

Canada urgently has to figure out how to foster diversity — whether that’s based on gender, race or physical ability — in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, say contributors to a new report.

A tech career not just for gamers and AI enthusiasts, industry leaders tell women

Men vastly outnumber women in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. And industry leaders say the best way to get more women into tech is to change the conversation around what tech is — and what it's not.

Can't stop fiddling with your phone in class? There's an app for that

There's a new tool in the quest for classroom engagement —an app, created by Canadian students.

Food fight: Health Canada, advertisers argue over protecting kids from junk food ads

Striking the right balance between shielding impressionable young minds from junk food marketing, without taking aim at industry jobs

Canadian re-commerce company LXRandCo taking luxury vintage shopping into the future

Step aside, cheap chic and fast fashion: Luxury vintage resale is one of the fastest growing segments in retail. And a Canadian company is one of the world's leaders.

Coding may not be all it's cracked up to be when it comes to getting a job in the future

Coding isn't the employment "silver bullet" many make it out to be, according to a report from Institute for the Future. And what if instead of stealing your job, a robot made it better?

How our addiction to digital technology is changing the way we live

How ad-fuelled digital technology is changing the way we interact with the world and keeping us captive by design.

New investment rules fail to reveal some hidden fees

CRM2 disclosure rules give investors a better look at fees - but not the whole picture

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