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Why are Singapore and Hong Kong Facing Huge Talent Shortages in Finance?
Only Indian company to be awarded the 'Best Overall Mobile Lifeline Launch' at the Connected World Forum, held at Dubai
"Big data in organization studies" Management & Organizations department brown bag, Ross School of Business, December 12, 2012. "Inequality and Occupy" University of Michigan School of Information, September 21, 2012; Ross School of Business panel on Occupy Wall Street, February 8, 2012.
By the end of a Finovate, our brains go numb, one demo melds into the next, and we can’t quite remember what happened on Day 1. And we include the night of Day 1 in that.
As Britain loses faith in its banks and feels shockwaves from the euro crisis, one city is trying to keep local wealth in local pockets with the launch of its own currency. The Bristol pound - usable only with member businesses in the city in southwest England - is to launch in September, and organisers are deluged with local firms wanting to sign up. "The perception of banking and money is that it's a very ruthless system: people are out for what they can get," co-founder Ciaran Mundy told AFP.
You could hear the Twitterverse shake when startup crowdfunding got passed via the JOBS Act. With one bill, it felt like Congress had finally democratized angel investing, something long seen as controlled by the select few “accredited investors.” As the Twitterati now patiently wait for the SEC to release its regulations and usher in startup crowdfunding, a different breed of crowdfunding is emerging out of DC.
“The Cambrian explosion was the relatively rapid appearance of most major animal life forms, accompanied by major diversification of organisms. Before, most organisms were simple, composed of individual cells occasionally organised into colonies.
I will give you some of my background, although the intense transitions of the last few years have left me feeling like a new person.
Jane Thompson is not a banker.
Financial sixth sense
Financial institutions around the world compete against one another trying to attract and retain the same middle- to upper-income retail customers year after year.
For the poorest of the poor, putting money into savings is no small challenge.
Women and Finance
NBER Working Paper No. 17851 Issued in February 2012 NBER Program(s): CH
Ants and markets
I recently stumbled over a blog called Complexity Finance by a company called Rational Investment.