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As Facebook touts a new cryptocurrency as a way to serve people who are underbanked, mobile technology companies may provide the same path to financial services using good old-fashioned dollars.
Maxis is extending its Zerolution offer so subscribers of its MaxisOne Plan packages can also purchase smartphones with no cash upfront for their supplementary lines.
The app was quickly becoming a cult favourite among penny-pinching US consumers – and also a bane for their banks.
Britain's Financial Conduct Authority will punish firms that are failing to get the basics right on cyber defences, or whose botched IT projects harm consumers, a senior official at the markets watchdog said on Nov 27.
Liquidnet, the largest "dark pool” operator in the Asia-Pacific region, has introduced artificial intelligence and machine learning tools as customers increasingly turn to new technologies to manage their portfolios.
Free WiFi, discounted cappuccinos, artwork, and a dancing robot are among the features banks across the United States are touting to convince customers that even in an era of smartphones it is still worth it to visit a bank branch.
With hardly a year of operations under its belt and scant results to show for it, UBI Blockchain Internet is riding buzzwords to a stock boom.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc plans to promote its high-interest bearing deposit products in a marketing push to consumers later this year as it looks to grow its online bank, chief strategy officer Stephen Scherr said in an interview.
Ford Motor Co will raise US$2.8bil (RM12.45bil) in long-term debt, according to a filing with US securities regulators, funds which a senior executive said will help fund investments in new technology including self-driving cars.
British shoppers will soon be able to decide to spread the cost of a purchase over a series of monthly instalments at the point of making a payment with their credit card, in a new partnership between Mastercard Inc card machine maker VeriFone Systems Inc.