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If you lose your iPhone, you won’t be able to pay your Apple Card bill — because Apple didn’t make a normal banking portal for web b...
Apple is new at this credit-card thing, and it shows: There's no way to pay your Apple Card bill online. You can pay it only on your iPhone.
This Andreessen Horowitz-backed startup is creating technology to bust fraudsters who make up completely fake identities
SentiLink, which creates technology to detect and prevent synthetic fraud, closed $14 million in a series A round led by Andreessen Horowitz.
Companies are fleeing the UK no matter what happens with Brexit. Here’s all the damage that’s already been done
Brexit has already damaged the UK. The latest wound: Nissan will stop building one of its premium car models at its northern English Sunderland plant.
If you're a techie in Southeast Asia looking for a job, you're in luck.
Britain’s financial regulator is slapping down the City’s ‘bad apples’ and won’t let up any time soon
The FCA has banned 23 "bad apples" from working in financial services in the past 12 months, a 28% rise since the year before.
Britain and the EU are currently discussing a new relationship for financial services, most likely based around the principle of equivalence.
The City of London issued a stark warning about the future of European finance after Brexit — and the EU is listening
According to a report from The Times on Tuesday, UK officials told Brussels that "thousands" of European investment funds will be under threat if the EU insists on a hardline approach to the City.
Late last week EU negotiators rejected plans for the sector laid out by the British government in Prime Minister Theresa May's controversial white paper.
The City of London Corporation described the government's white paper as "a real blow for the UK’s financial and related professional services sector."
Barnier said that the UK's desire to set its own regulations on financial services while it enjoyed special access to the EU was "not something that any country in the world would accept."