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Half of the World’s Adults Don’t Have Bank Accounts: Should You?

A recent World Bank report uncovered the fact that over 2.5 billion people...

How to Choose the Best Speaker Cable for your Next Big Event

With so many audio cable options on the market, it can be difficult to know...

Another Blow for Russian Economy as Rouble Value Drops

The Russian rouble has dropped below 40 dollars for the first time as the...

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Half of the World’s Adults Don’t Have Bank Accounts: Should You?

A recent World Bank report uncovered the fact that over 2.5 billion people...

Are China’s megacities an insurance challenge or opportunity?

By 2025, China is expected to house over 1 million inhabitants in 221 cities...

Hedgefunds – why many believe them to be an investment vehicle

For the past ten years, the hedge fund industry has showcased a pattern of...

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Study: more Americans fear spying from corporations than the government (also, clowns)

Study: more Americans fear spying from corporations than the government (also, clowns)

A new study finds that more Americans fear spying from corporations than the government (but only slightly)

GameLock goes live — startup guarantees a trade-in price when you buy a game

GameLock goes live — startup guarantees a trade-in price when you buy a game

Now players can know how much their trade-ins are worth up to three months into the future.

Microsoft yields to Spotify, kills the free ad-supported Xbox Music Pass

Microsoft yields to Spotify, kills the free ad-supported Xbox Music Pass

Microsoft plans to shut down the free version of its Xbox Music Pass streaming service in December, the company announced today. Xbox Music Pass is an on-demand streaming music service that’s more or less Microsoft’s version of Spotify, which it created to help lure customers into its Xbox media ecosystem. Previously, the company allowed people […]

Connected health is progressing, but obstacles remain (and some of them are doctors)

Connected health is progressing, but obstacles remain (and some of them are doctors)

The majority of doctors in the U.S. have no idea if the prescriptions they write actually get filled by the patient.