New York City: Wall Street to take steps to ensure that consumers are protected

Posted December 08, 2017 13:14:07 New York is poised to adopt legislation that would require companies to disclose consumer information, such as credit scores, when it seeks a license to offer financial products.The law would apply to all companies that offer consumer-focused financial services, including prepaid cards, credit-monitoring products, and payment services.The measure would alsoRead More

How to avoid paying out in bad debt

Investors have always been the people who are most likely to go bankrupt and get out with nothing left over, but a recent trend is that the risk of getting out of debt is growing.The world is now living in a world where most people are using their credit cards for more than their actualRead More

Abbvie invests in VR gaming company, adds new CEO

The AbbVie Investor Center has joined forces with the Sports Card Investor Network, according to a press release.The two organizations are dedicated to bringing investors more information on the investment opportunities in esports.“As the leader of the sports card industry, Abbvision has been an investor for decades and we’re thrilled to add our expertise toRead More

What’s the best way to grow your job at Chipotle?

On Thursday, the restaurant chain was rocked by an unprecedented breach of its data, forcing the company to close its systems and lay off hundreds of employees.The data breach occurred last week, after the company revealed the identities of some of its employees who had been using the software that it uses to keep tabsRead More

How to beat the Twilio IPO

Gamestop, a technology company that operates over 800 stores in the United States, has filed for an initial public offering. The company, which raised $6.5 million in a round led by SoftBank in 2014, says it expects to raise $1.4 billion in its IPO.The company also has an additional $2.8 billion in capital raised from existingRead More

Expedia’s CEO: Israel is a better place for Jews

On the heels of its $3.5 billion investment in Israel, the e-commerce company has hired a former Israeli minister of public security and security intelligence to be its new chief executive.Miguel Angel Gil, 56, who served as defense minister from 2005 to 2012, is being brought on to help guide Expedia in the country whereRead More