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4 Banks With Fantastic Savings Interest Rates

If you have a savings account from a local bank, chances are that you aren’t earning much money each year. While it’s beneficial and smart to have a savings account, wouldn’t it be better if you were earning money on the dollars that you’re putting away? Instead of settling for the interest rate that your local bank is offering, you’d be quite surprised at how much money you could be making with a high-yield account. A savings account is a great way to make passive money. Put funds into the acc...
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Flipkart co-founder and other top names join AngelList’s first investment syndicate in India

A little over a year after it introduced Syndicates to the India market, AngelList — the U.S. service that helps connect companies with investors — is rolling out its own fund in the country with the backing of some stellar names. Dubbed ‘The Collective,’ the syndicate includes money from Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal — Flipkart, of course, sold a majority stake to Walmart for $16 billion last year — and VCs Salil Deshpande of Bain Capital Ventures, Matrix India trio Avnish Bajaj, Tarun Davda...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Asia, India, Funding, Tech, Walmart, Venture Capital, Sequoia Capital, Flipkart, DST Global, Bain Capital Ventures, Blume Ventures, Kalaari Capital, Falcon Edge Capital, Angellist, Omidyar Network


Safe Driving Habits You Should Adopt As Soon As Possible

Contrary to popular belief, learning continues after you get the driver’s license. There are many that will tell you that you need to be a natural in order to be a good driver. This is completely incorrect. Driving requires skills that you hone in time and you can keep getting better and better. A big part of driving is being safe on the road. This means so many different things, much more than what many believe. Obviously, you do not want to drive while intoxicated or under the influence. In th...
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As The Leader Of Your Company, It Pays To Be Emotionally Intelligent

by Scott Schulte, vice president and senior benefits consultant at Sonus Benefits Gone are the days of absentee leadership or CEOs who operate out of sight or behind the scenes. No, today’s executives are highly connected and visible to their employees, due in large part to the ever accelerating pace of business. Leaders must make a growing number of decisions about the direction of their companies, and these decisions deeply affect their employees’ daily lives. The connected nature of the mode...
Tags: Startups, Leadership, Management, St Louis, Emotional Intelligence, Managing People, Lisa, Sonus, Thinking Aloud, Schulte, Leading People, Scott Schulte, Sonus Benefits Gone


Gold hits three-week low as easing growth woes lift equities, dollar

Gold prices slipped to a more than three-week low on Tuesday as waning global economic slowdown concerns lifted the dollar and equity markets.
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Eastman Kodak (KODK) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

KODK earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
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Air is so dirty in northern Thailand, leader flies to see it

BANGKOK (AP) — The air hanging over Thailand’s far north has become so polluted, the prime minister went Tuesday to see in person what’s been called a severe health crisis. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha arrived by helicopter at an army base in Chiang Mai, a city that’s a popular tourist destination where seasonal haze has […]
Tags: Business, News, Ap, Thailand, Nation, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Prayuth Chan, Nation & World


RBI to cut rates again before vote; BJP victory best for economy: Reuters poll

The Reserve Bank of India will cut rates for a second consecutive time when its three-day policy meeting ends on Thursday, shortly before the first phase of the national election begins, a Reuters poll found.
Tags: Money, BJP, businessNews, Reuters, Reserve Bank of India


Is Farfetch Stock a Buy After Its 50% Rally?

The luxury e-tailer is generating impressive growth, but its losses are widening.
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Global Markets: Manufacturing rebound lifts Asian shares to seven-month highs

Asia shares extended their rally on Tuesday as positive Chinese and U.S factory activity surveys aided investor confidence, and the ebbing concerns over the global economy spurred selling of safe-haven U.S. bonds as yields rose from 15 month troughs.
Tags: Asia, Money, businessNews


German fintech company builder Finleap acquires SME banking provider Penta

Just since months after raising $7 million in Series A funding, German SME banking provider Penta has been acquired by Finleap. Terms of the deal remain undisclosed, although I understand that the acquisition sees Finleap and Penta’s co-founders becoming the challenger bank’s sole owners, with all other shareholders exiting. Launched in late 2014 by Hitfox Group and Ramin Niroumand, Finleap has developed 16 ventures from scratch, as well as acquiring a number of fintechs. Companies in its portfo...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Europe, Germany, Tech, Italy, Penta, Global Digital, FinLeap, Hitfox Group, Ramin Niroumand Finleap, Beesy, Niroumand, Luka Ivicevic, Penta However Penta


Six Kiwis make Forbes 30 Under 30 hot list

Six New Zealanders have made the Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 list of the hottest "game-changing" entrepreneurs - and one of them gave Auckland business culture the bash when approached by the Herald .The business publication identified... [Author: [email protected]]
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Rare glimpse into Saudi Aramco shows $163 billion net profit

Saudi Aramco's net profits reached US$111 billion ($163.6b) last year, according to an assessment published Monday by Moody's Investors Services that offered a rare glimpse into the state-owned oil firm's finances before it issues... [Author: [email protected]]
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6 Surefire Ways To Find A Teaching Job

Everyone from your friends and neighbors to your college professors and classmates can prove to be great resources in your job search, so make sure that you tell them that you’re on the market.
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Steel's Still Got It

It’s been a year since the U.S. steel tariffs went into play. Where are we now?
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U.S. to probe thousands of fires connected to Hyundai, Kia vehicles

The top U.S. auto safety regulator said on Monday it will open an investigation into 3 million Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors Corp vehicles after reviewing reports of more than 3,000 fires that injured over 100 people.
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3 Dividend Stocks That Pay You More Than Exxon Does

Looking for big yield outside of the energy sector? These three stocks could power your portfolio.
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Commonwealth Bank's former Kiwi boss recruited by Seek

Ian Narev - the former boss of ASB parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia - has found a new job at recruitment company Seek. Narev grew up in Auckland and left the CBA role a year ago after a money laundering scandal. He has now... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Auckland, Commonwealth Bank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, ASB, Ian Narev, Narev


Kiwi former bank boss recruited by Seek

Ian Narev - the former boss of ASB parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia - has found a new job at recruitment company Seek. Narev grew up in Auckland and left the CBA role a year ago after a money laundering scandal. He has now... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Auckland, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, ASB, Ian Narev, Narev


Helicopter testing at Rod Duke's boatshed leaves Herne Bay residents worried

Herne Bay residents fear for beachgoers, particularly small children, after today's helicopter test above Briscoe boss Rod Duke's new home.Local resident John Rae said: "If a small child had been swimming out there, they would have... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Briscoe, Herne Bay, Rod Duke, John Rae


Watch: 'Kids on the beach could be flattened' - Herne Bay residents fearful as Briscoes boss Rod Duke tests helicopter

Herne Bay residents fear for beachgoers, particularly small children, after today's helicopter test above Briscoe boss Rod Duke's new home.Local resident John Ray said: "If a small child had been swimming out there, they would have... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Briscoe, Herne Bay, Rod Duke, John Ray


Redditors are pissed (and delighted) about the temporary shutdown of its r/games subreddit

Usually, being a gamer on the first of April is good fun — jokes, memes, pranks about Half-Life 3. But the moderators of Reddit’s r/Games subreddit made it very clear when they shuttered the community today that they were dead serious. Their cutting of the proverbial phone wires wasn’t just a protest against hate speech, it was an incitement aimed at a gaming community that occasionally gets a little too complacent the terrible things said by its members on a regular basis. The moderators presen...
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Facebook announces a long-overdue transparency tool for News Feed

Over the weekend, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sounded the alarm, calling for increased government regulation for internet platforms — including his own. Facebook, as you may have heard, has run into a few issues in recent years that would make it an unlikely advocate for this sort of regulation. You’d be forgiven for assuming that it’s another instance of Zuckerberg talking out of both sides of his mouth. This is a company, after all, that declares a commitment to privacy, while looking the oth...
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5 Ways To Make Extra Money After You’re Retired

If you find yourself needing additional income during retirement, there are a few options at hand. By earning extra money on the side, you don’t have to deal with a commute or having another regular nine to five job. While it may require a little hustle, these options are available to anyone who can put forth the time and effort, as taking this on will cut into your newfound freedom and relaxation. There are several options for making money on the side, but be aware of how it could impact your ...
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Hammering Eggs (Leadership and Problem-Solving)

You're a leader at a growing company who feels a great deal of responsibility to help your employees and colleagues solve problems. You're skilled at spotting trouble early, identifying a solution quickly, and implementing it with vigor, and this has served you well, particularly in the early stages of the business. As I've observed in my coaching practice, "in the first few months (and sometimes years) after launching the company...every task and issue seems important, there aren't many other...
Tags: Leadership, Learning, Navy, Change, Reid Hoffman, Who, London Business School, Field, Daniel Kahneman, Hoffman, Peter Drucker, INSEAD, Gareth Jones, Subramaniam, David Rock, Edmondson


Indian students wait for refunds after NZQA closes NZ Institute of Technical Training (NITT)

Students at a private Manukau business school are still waiting for refunds after the school was closed by the NZ Qualifications Authority.The authority deregistered the NZ Institute of Technical Training , known as NITT, on Fridayafter... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Manukau, NZQA, NZ Qualifications Authority, NZ Institute of Technical Training NITT, NZ Institute of Technical Training


Asian shares rise to seven-month high on U.S., China manufacturing rebound

Asia shares extended their rally on Tuesday as factory activity surveys from China and the United States boosted investor confidence, triggering the largest one-day sell-off in the U.S. Treasury market in nearly three months.
Tags: Asia, Money, China, businessNews, United States, U S Treasury


Gold near three-week lows as dollar, equities rise

Gold inched up on Tuesday, but was trading near a more than three-week low touched in the previous session as the U.S. dollar strengthened and equities rose.
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How to Handle Debt Collectors: Everything You Need to Know

Debt collectors keep calling? Here's all the info you need to deal with them.
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Apple Loses One of Its Most Important Engineers

Gerard Williams III, who led Apple’s development of first-party chipsets, is leaving the company.
Tags: Apple, Finance, Article, FBN, Motley Fool, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, Gerard Williams III, 47745c0e-e5e4-5d94-b1d3-1d5b73e95ed2



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