Analysis | UBS Is Beating American Lenders on Their Own Turf
Swiss interest rates have been deeply negative for more than six years, and banks everywhere are struggling to get customers to borrow. But UBS Group has an answer.
Watchdog Exposes Huge Conflicts of Interest Missteps With DeJoy Appointment
Recently released documents from the United States Postal Service (USPS) reveal that, in the first months of Louis DeJoy's tenure as Postmaster General, he had more than a dozen instances of conflicts of interest due to his and other family members' investments in companies tied to the government agency.
Bitcoin tops $60,000 as investors bet on ETF approval
Cryptocurrency investors were excited by a tweet from the verified account of the SEC's Office of Investor Education and Advocacy late Thursday that said, "before investing in a fund that holds Bitcoin futures contracts, make sure you carefully weigh the potential risks and benefits."
Visa and Apple in talks to cut on transaction fees with Apple Card
According to people familiar with the matter, some US-based banks are rather unhappy with the transaction fees imposed by Apple on its Apple Card.
Bitcoin prices top $50,000 for the first time in four weeks
Although there was no specific catalyst driving bitcoin's recent surge, digital asset investment firm CoinShares notes investors have been plowing money into cryptocurrencies for the past seven weeks.
Ozy Media's Downfall Is An Object Lesson In The Ubiquity Of Fake Traffic - And Marketers Finally Need To Learn | AdExchanger
The Ozy Media scandal is a flameout for the ages, complete with wildly inflated audience numbers and an FBI probe over the alleged impersonation of a YouTube executive on a due diligence call with Goldman Sachs.
Saratoga community briefs for the week of Oct. 8
Montalvo Arts Center is hosting a tea party Oct. 17 on the veranda of its historic Villa.
Creative Arts' Acquisition of ICM Leaves Their Century City Office Space In Doubt
Talent agency powerhouses Creative Arts Agency and ICM Partners command a combined 400,000 square feet of office space in Century City.
$400M Suit Says Wells Fargo Failed to Protect RMBS Investor
Taconic Capital Advisors filed a $400 million suit against Wells Fargo alleging the financial giant failed to protect its investment in residential mortgage-backed securities, despite knowing many of the loans could be worthless.
See which Oregon banks grew the fastest as overall deposits jumped another 13% based on FDIC data - Portland Business Journal
Oregon banks had another strong year of deposit growth in the year ended June 30, according to new data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.