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Ant Group Debuts Virtual Bank In Hong Kong
Ant Bank, the virtual banking division of Hangzhou, China-based Ant Group, has launched banking services in Hong Kong, Fintech News reported.
Shirking from home? Staff feel the heat as bosses ramp up remote surveillance
As management seeks more oversight of workers away from the office, campaigners fight for privacy to be respected
Trump says the economy is booming. He's right - but you don't feel it
President Donald Trump touts the economy's quick recovery as evidence of his administration's success. He's not wrong, but it's not the full picture.
UK’s Sunday shows round-up: Steve Baker says liberty ‘dies like this’ over Coronavirus Act
Steve Baker - Liberty 'dies like this' with 'draconian powers' unchecked
Emerging Markets on Edge as Goldman and Deutsche Bank Flag Risks
Emerging markets are heading toward the end of the third quarter with more reasons to be cautious than optimistic.
Harley-Davidson to exit world's biggest bike market
Harley-Davidson is pulling out of India, the world's biggest motorcycle market.
'One day everyone will use China's digital currency'
Chandler Guo was a pioneer in cryptocurrency, the digital currencies that can be created and used independently of national central banks and governments.
Can democracies stand up to Facebook? Ireland may have the answer
Liberal democracies struggle to tackle the might of the tech giants when it comes to protecting users’ data
High-paying freelance jobs where you can earn $80,000 or more during the pandemic
There are many freelance jobs in America that let you earn $80,000 in annual income or more during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Health and safety certificates may be the new 'visas' that permit air travel, Etihad CEO says
Airlines will need to meet a "harmonized" standard of health measures as air travel returns, according to Tony Douglas of Etihad Airways.
The 12 richest tech billionaires in the world – ranked
Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos top the list, which has a collective worth of over US$990 billion
Fighting Financial Crime in a Global Pandemic
If financial institutions consider the global trade of physical commodities as a higher-risk product, that's not without reason.
UN Panel: The Global Financial System Needs Urgent Reform
The international financial system needs urgent reforms, as currently it enables illicit money flows and tax abuse, a high-level panel assembled by the United Nations concluded ...
Donald Trump Paid Only $750 In Income Taxes In 2016: Report
It added that he also paid just $750 in his first year in the White House, and he had paid no income taxes at all in 10 of the previous 15 years because he reported losing much ...
Bank of England policymaker defends negative rates
A Bank of England (BoE) policymaker has defended the potential use of negative interest rates, which could take the cost of borrowing below zero.
Blaming China’s investments for Barbados ditching Queen is Sinophobia. What stopped UK from developing its former colony?
The decision by Barbados to axe the British monarch as titular head of state has unleashed anti-China paranoia claiming malign influence from Beijing. This is the poverty of Col...
Is it just same as Apple, Google and Facebook? Donald Trump paid no income tax in 10 of last 15 years, New York Times claims
The president hits back at the claims in the newspaper, insisting they are "totally fake news".
Chinese investors, beware: EU targets ‘golden visas’
Such passports, which some nations issue in return for investments, are popular because they effectively give freedom of movement among all EU member states.
Failing the poor Covid-19 has reversed years of gains in the war on poverty
This coronavirus affects everyone, but not equally. The young often shrug off the virus; the old often die of it. The rich shrug off the economic shock; the poor cannot.
The pandemic is plunging millions back into extreme poverty
FOR MORE than a decade Suresh Aryal has flogged momos, steamed dumplings from Nepal, on the streets of New Delhi. On a good day the 32-year-old could take home as much as 6,000 ...
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