Category Archives: Finance

Donald Trump Finally Lost

Kadia Goba and Rosie Gray – He survived bankruptcies and was rewarded with a reality TV show and the US presidency, but Trump’s gilded streak is now over. But after a desperate last-ditch effort to discredit the results of the … Continue reading

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How Trump’s Tax Returns Could Affect The Election

Geoffrey Skelley of FiveThirtyEight – A New York Times exposé on President Trump’s tax returns revealed decades of tax avoidance and millions of dollars in business losses over the past two decades. The picture painted by Trump’s returns is sharply at … Continue reading

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Banking At Your Fingertips: The Rise And Rise Of Mobile Payments Technology

Khalid Elgibali of Mastercard in Entrepreneur – The rise of mobile technology and digital infrastructure has altered our traditional ways of doing commerce, with payments and banking being at the forefront of this digital disruption. Continue…

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Artificial Intelligence Is Superseding Well-Paying Wall Street Jobs

Jack Kelly of Forbes – We’ve been told that there is nothing to worry about with artificial intelligence (AI), robots and technology. New technologies will only replace mundane, repetitive jobs and free up workers to do more meaningful work, claims the media and top … Continue reading

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The Fed Just Printed More Money Than Bitcoin’s Entire Market Cap

Anyone worried about federal spending? Maybe we all should be. More money in circulation may be good for President Trump’s re-election campaign – but may not be so good for regular citizens who have their money in savings accounts. – … Continue reading

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