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Q&A: How digital technology is disrupting finance

Q&A: How digital technology is disrupting finance

The accelerating pace of technological change is both a creative force and a destructive force, in terms of re-shaping the financial services ecosystem today. The digitization of business is altering existing finance companies and creating new ones. The process is amplifying business issues, shifting value propositions within and across industries, and changing the conduct of […]

Supergirl helps both adults and kids with finance saving powers

Supergirl helps both adults and kids with finance saving powers

(WSYM) – Many of us may agree, it’s easier to spend money than save money. However, there’s a new book out to inspire and encourage both adults and children to build financial wealth through saving. The advice comes from an unlikely author, a six year-old. “its about teaching kids how to save money and invest […]

Aadhar Housing Finance to raise up to Rs 1400 crore via NCDs

Aadhar Housing Finance to raise up to Rs 1400 crore via NCDs

Aadhar Housing Finance (AHFL) Monday said it is planning to raise up to Rs 1,400 crore through non-convertible debentures (NCDs), maturing in three, five and 10 years. The base size of the issue is Rs 500 crore, with an option to retain over subscription up to Rs 900 crore. The company is offering an annual […]

Why the US Federal Reserve should care about finance

Why the US Federal Reserve should care about finance

Emerging market stocks, last year’s darlings, are collapsing. does this mean the bubbles of an artificially inflated market are finally bursting? it’s a question worth asking a decade on from 2008. As every Financial Times reader knows, the world’s central bankers were responsible for ensuring that the Great Recession did not become another Great Depression […]

Planes are ridiculously crowded these days, and a pilot explains why

Planes are ridiculously crowded these days, and a pilot explains why

Passenger flights are becoming more crowded each year. Nearly 849,000,000 people flew on U.S. carrier airplanes in 2017, a 13 percent increase since 2005, according to U.S. Bureau of Transportation statistics. At the same time, there were nearly 1.6 million fewer flights last year compared to 2005 — a 13 percent decrease. A crowded flight from […]

Playmate's suit bares details about affair with former RNC deputy finance chair

Playmate's suit bares details about affair with former RNC deputy finance chair

A former Playboy model’s lawsuit against a top fundraiser for President Donald Trump and other Republicans revealed embarrassing details of their sexual affair and said she feared for her safety after he impregnated her, according to previously censored allegations unsealed Friday. Shera Bechard said she went to a lawyer after Elliott Broidy became violent, behaved […]

Kavanaugh Weathers Raucous Hearing

Kavanaugh Weathers Raucous Hearing

WASHINGTON—Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh wrapped up what is likely to be the toughest part of his confirmation process Thursday, completing two 13-hour days of public questioning in which senators often spent their time sparring with one another. Senators battled each other over confidential documents, with Democrats threatening civil disobedience and Republicans warning of severe […]

Morning Brief: Starbucks debuts in Milan; Howard Schultz addresses speculation of presidential run

Morning Brief: Starbucks debuts in Milan; Howard Schultz addresses speculation of presidential run

Thursday, September 6, 2018 Get the Morning Brief sent directly to your inbox every Monday to Friday by 6:30 a.m. ET. Subscribe What to watch today On Thursday, the market’s attention will shift to the U.S. labor market with ADP’s report on private payroll growth and the weekly report on initial jobless claims both set […]

Israeli Finance Chief Avoids Making Unpopular Decision to Raise Dairy Prices

Israeli Finance Chief Avoids Making Unpopular Decision to Raise Dairy Prices

Tnuva has complained in a petition to the High Court of Justice that Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon’s aversion to making unpopular decisions is holding up a price hike to regulated dairy products. The dairy giant also cited disagreements between the finance and agriculture ministries “that have nothing to do with the dairy industry.” Tnuva’s accusation […]

Experian executive extols virtues of innovation at Friends of Finance luncheon

Experian executive extols virtues of innovation at Friends of Finance luncheon

Having seen travelers struggle with their luggage, Northwest Airlines pilot Richard Plath in 1987 devised putting rollers on suitcases. He went to Samsonite, which turned him down. Italian luggage maker Tumi, however, embraced the idea. The new cost for doing business in Tulsa. For those who care about business and this community, we have a […]