Finance/Venture

HSBC Fined $8.5M For Mishandling Finances of 1.5 Million Customers

HSBC faces an $8.6 million penalty for mishandling customers in financial difficulty. The Financial Conduct Authority revealed the bank's failure to consider circumstances, endangering 1.5 million individuals.


Nvidia Reports Strong Q1 2024 Revenue, Shares Valuing over $1,000 Triggering Stock Split

Nvidia reported a stronger-than-expected first quarter revenue forecast, including an announcement of a stock split after its shares reached the $1,000 mark...

Fueling the Future of Web3 Innovation with Grants and Investments

From the outside looking in, there's no denying that the Web3 ecosystem has evolved immensely over the last couple of years. To this point, a recent study suggests that the sector is set to achieve a ..

CFPB Targets Buy Now, Pay Later Loans With Consumer Protection Policies Similar to Credit Cards

The US CFPB is now targeting buy now, pay later loans with consumer protection policies, similar to what credit card firms comply with...


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National Football League (NFL) will hold boot camp on April 4 to 7, 2016. A total of 28 current and former players with their family members participated in the finance camp in Florida.
Prime Minister Li Keqiang is Optimist for China's Economic Recovery
In the annual Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) last Thursday, Premier Li Keqiang deliver keynote speech. He pledged the government will refrain to intervene in economic and market.
Wall Street Responded Janet Yellen Remark With Positive Sentiment
Wall Street hits the record high in 2016. The market reacted positively after the Fed chairwoman's speech in the Economic Club Of New York on Tuesday.
Crown Finance Launches Freedom Home Loans
New Zealand home buyers have the new option for home loan. On Tuesday Crown Finance Limited launched its Freedom Home Loans.
Companies in UK Only Show Little Concern Over Brexit
As the country divided in the Brexit issue, British companies showed a little concern regarding Brexit. They considered Brexit do not affect their business activity.
Coin Overcome Hurdle to Partner Visa and MasterCard
Fintech company Coin has bounced back from its near failure and partner Visa and MasterCard in providing integrated payment service. Meanwhile regulators are preparing set of regulation for fintech in
Key Challenges in Philippine's Trade and Investment Sectors
Nordic Business Council Philippines (NBCP) issued its 2016 annual report on Philippine and challenges in the trade and investment sectors. Meanwhile the Central Bank expected a strong growth in the ec
Britain's Opposition Accused Government Planned to Cut Border Protection Budget
Labour Party said the government plan to cut budget for border force. Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham urged government to disclose the budget plan.
Credit Suisse CEO Will Cut More Jobs As Quarterly Loss is Expected
CEO Tidjane Thiam determine to pursue further restructuring in Credit Suisse. The Swiss bank will cut more 2,000 jobs and cut more of its business.
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