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Will Banks Survive? Inside Financial Tech’s Disruption of the Way You Fund Your Business

“My six-month-old baby daughter is probably going to open her first bank account, not with an HSBC or a JP Morgan, but rather with a Facebook or Apple.” Financial technology (fintech) aficionado Henri Arslanian believes that in the future, banks will be obsolete. Instead, people will turn exclusively to solutions such as Facebook or Amazon for their financial needs. He ... Read More »

High-level security must extend all the way out to parking facilities

 Heightened security measures are wisely being taken all over the world now, what with more sophisticated, increasing terrorist activities in every region of the world putting people in all industries and environments on high alert. One security measure companies are now paying much more attention to, often perhaps much overlooked in the past, is parking lot security. In years past, ... Read More »

Fed’s Yellen says ‘high-pressure’ policy may be only way back from crisis

The Federal Reserve may need to run a “high-pressure economy” to reverse damage from the 2008-2009 crisis that depressed output, sidelined workers, and risks becoming a permanent scar, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Friday in a broad review of where the recovery may still fall short. Though not addressing interest rates or immediate policy concerns directly, Yellen laid out ... Read More »

Things To Know About The Best Way To Come Out Of Debt

If you want to effectively clear all your debt and be in a peaceful mental state, then you can avail the services of various credit counseling agencies that are available in the market. They can give you the mostsuitable credit consolidation programs also known as debt management planes, to help you get out of the dire situation. They can effectively ... Read More »

ECB leads the big parade, Fed strolls the other way

When Morocco’s central bank cut interest rates on March 22, it joined a parade of 46 others that have eased monetary policy at least once since the beginning of 2015. Perhaps more trenchantly, it was also the 15th time this year – still less than a quarter old – that a central bank has eased policy in some form. Taiwan ... Read More »