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Things worth reading: 24th June 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Has Deutsche Bank left it years too late for a turnaround? U.S. regulators ask Deutsche Bank to explain ‘bad bank’ proposal – FT Britain’s HSBC to help modern slaves ‘rebuild lives’ with bank access Malaysia’s 1MDB criminal case against Goldman Sachs delayed to September …

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Things worth reading: 21st June 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Global financial bodies not fit for purpose, John McDonnell says Lost wallets more likely to be returned if they contain large sum of money, scientists find Why has Facebook coined their new cryptocurrency Libra? Mark Carney clears the path for new digital currency providers …

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Things worth reading: 20th June 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Libra: Facebook launches cryptocurrency in bid to shake up global finance Donald Trump attacks ECB for ‘currency manipulation’ Challenger bank CYBG looks to Branson brand Lloyds staff happy with chief executive’s £6.3m pay package, MPs told Britain must act to save banking from decline …

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Things worth reading: 19th June 2019

Things we’re reading today include … MoneyGram shares more than double on Ripple deal Beware fake payment texts that claim to be from Green Star RBS picks Marieke Flament to head business-focused digital bank Facebook’s Libra launch will extend its global domination Is Facebook’s Libra currency a case of corporate …

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Cloud sense … dollars and cents

Talking of cloud computing, I’ve spent years backing up my various PCs and photo libraries. Invariably, a labour of love, I didn’t trust public cloud services like Google and Microsoft to look after my stuff properly. Then, gradually, over time, more and more of my stuff has moved online. It …

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We still need bank branches

For many years we have had discussions about bank branches and a branchless future. I personally don’t believe in a branchless future, but many do. And yes, there are many branches disappearing, much to the annoyance of those who lose that physical store. For example, America still has a large …

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How to catch a cybercriminal

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Growing up in 21st century is wondrous, amazing and fun. You can connect to everyone on the planet. You can find friends from Tokyo to Timbuktu. You can catch an airplane like your dad caught a bus. You can pay carry a roomful of music around in your pocket and …

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How to catch a cybercriminal

Koobface

Growing up in 21st century is wondrous, amazing and fun. You can connect to everyone on the planet. You can find friends from Tokyo to Timbuktu. You can catch an airplane like your dad caught a bus. You can pay carry a roomful of music around in your pocket and …

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Financial brands falling (again)

Interbrand published their Global Top Brands report yesterday, which makes for interesting reading. The world’s most valuable brand is still Coca-Cola, followed closely by Apple and IBM. Tech firms feature heavily in the list, with Google and Microsoft in fourth and fifth place, Intel in eighth and Samsung in ninth …

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