Halsey Minor has had remarkable entrepreneurial career by any standard. He was an early business partner of Jeff Bezos; practically invented the online tech media business when he co-founded CNET in 1994; led innovative telephony startup GrandCentral to a $45 million acquisition by Google that in turn led to the launch of Google Voice, and he’s invested in and started many companies besides that. Now, after a dark period that saw him battling the demons of depression and bankruptcy, he’s back with big plans to disrupt the banks. That’s full-circle for a man who started his career not in technology,…

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