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Visa takes over Swedish fintech Tink in €1.8bn deal

Visa takes over Swedish fintech Tink in €1.8bn deal

: Visa is committed to perform better in the field of open banking sector by combining its networks and Tink’s modern technologies.

By Christy Gren - Jun 24, 2021
BP Invests $7 million in Electric Vehicle Charging Technologies

BP Invests $7 million in Electric Vehicle Charging Technologies

Investment in IoTecha is linked with BP’s intention to produce over 70,000 public EV charging points globally by 2030

By Christy Gren - Jun 24, 2021
Elon Musk's Starlink satellite internet set to cover the globe soon

Elon Musk's Starlink satellite internet set to cover the globe soon

Starlink, the satellite internet unit of Elon Musk’s SpaceX, will most likely be able to provide global coverage by September, according to the company’s president Gwynne S

By Anna Domanska - Jun 23, 2021
At the next Krispy Kreme IPO, the donut maker aims to raise nearly $4 billion

At the next Krispy Kreme IPO, the donut maker aims to raise nearly $4 billion

Krispy Kreme, the popular donut chain, aims raise roughly $4 billion as it makes one of the biggest IPO debuts at the NYSE.

By Christy Gren - Jun 23, 2021
Panasonic hopes Blue Yonder acquisition will improve its software woes

Panasonic hopes Blue Yonder acquisition will improve its software woes

Most Japanese major companies, which at one time were leaders in consumer electronics, are struggling to find their feet in a world that has moved to digital software. Electronics

By Anna Domanska - Jun 22, 2021
Ikea and Rockefeller Foundations to raise $10 billion for renewable energy projects in poor countries

Ikea and Rockefeller Foundations to raise $10 billion for renewable energy projects in poor countries

The Ikea and Rockefeller foundations are jointly launching a $10 billion fund to promote small-scale renewable power projects in developing nations. Both

By Anna Domanska - Jun 21, 2021
EC initiates another probe into Google's adtech practices

EC initiates another probe into Google's adtech practices

EU antitrust regulators are planning a formal investigation into Google’s digital advertising practices by the end of this year. Google is already facing unprecedented regulatory

By Anna Domanska - Jun 21, 2021
Some Microsoft employees stayed at data centers during Pandemic to keep all systems going

Some Microsoft employees stayed at data centers during Pandemic to keep all systems going

The Covid-19 pandemic ravaging the world for more than a year has forced companies and organizations to find viable solutions to keep the business going. Most found a solution in w

By Anna Domanska - Jun 20, 2021
Meme stocks frenzy and 3 companies to follow

Meme stocks frenzy and 3 companies to follow

The doom and gloom about the stock market that has been predicted since the pandemic started has abated somewhat with the resilience shown by investors (helped by low-interest rate

By Anna Domanska - Jun 20, 2021

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Powerful Women in Finance

Powerful Women in Finance

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The Best Performing Sectors of 2021

The Best Performing Sectors of 2021

Stock markets shattered a year ago as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on economies around the globe created havoc. To stop the spread of coronavirus, governments gave stay-at-h

By Anna Domanska - Jun 03, 2021
IMF says the world needs to commit $50 billion to combat the pandemic

IMF says the world needs to commit $50 billion to combat the pandemic

The International Monetary Fund, IMF, says that the world would need $50 billion to fight the pandemic. It proposes that the commitments from the various countries and agencies can

By Anna Domanska - May 24, 2021
M&As to leverage AI and deep learning post-Covid

M&As to leverage AI and deep learning post-Covid

In a post-COVID-19 world, the role of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) will be redefined. Companies striving to defend their existing markets and accelerate recovery are looking

By Anna Domanska - May 17, 2021
Small business groups form coalition to lobby for strong antitrust laws

Small business groups form coalition to lobby for strong antitrust laws

Small merchant groups are coming together to rally for strong antitrust laws to prevent big conglomerates like Amazon from swallowing up the smaller traders and businesses. Trade g

By Anna Domanska - Apr 08, 2021
Luxury car sales witness a boom during Corona times as bored rich and famous splurge

Luxury car sales witness a boom during Corona times as bored rich and famous splurge

The automobile industry witnessed a downturn during the Pandemic, with most of the world in a lockdown and people avoiding big purchases. But one segment of the sector seems to hav

By Anna Domanska - Apr 03, 2021
Banks commit $750 billion in fossil fuels despite pledging to support net-zero emissions

Banks commit $750 billion in fossil fuels despite pledging to support net-zero emissions

The drive for sustainable energy funding gained momentum after the public health crisis and the fallout of climate change and natural disasters on the global economy. According to

By Anna Domanska - Mar 26, 2021
Tesla’s kiss of confidence sends Bitcoin price skyrocketing

Tesla’s kiss of confidence sends Bitcoin price skyrocketing

The $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin will give the electric vehicles maker liquidity in the digital currency once it begins accepting Bitcoin for payments. The automaker had more than

By Anna Domanska - Feb 09, 2021
Automakers feel the supply chain crunch as chip shortage worsens

Automakers feel the supply chain crunch as chip shortage worsens

A sales rebound has left global auto industry leaders facing a shortage of chips with many idling plans to trim production until inventories are in order.

By Anna Domanska - Feb 04, 2021
GameStop story: Amateur traders take down Wallstreet

GameStop story: Amateur traders take down Wallstreet

GameStop is a US-based retail chain store selling video games CDs, consoles, and other related electronics. With the gaming world becoming more tech-savvy and moving totally online

By Anna Domanska - Jan 29, 2021
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