Constance Gustke is a New York-based journalist who covers investing, digital currencies and emerging mega trends. She currently contributes to The New York Times "Retiring" section and has also written for BBC.com/Capital, Forbes, MSNBC.com, The Atlantic and many other publications. She is a former staff reporter at Fortune magazine.
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