MasterCard Users Can Manage their Accounts from Facebook Messenger Soon

MasterCard has embraced Facebook’s chatbot platform, as users will be able to control their accounts by logging onto Facebook Messenger soon. The bot is powered...

Jean-Francois de Clermont-Tonnerre: from the Arts to Asset Management

Jean-Francois de Clermont-Tonnerre has launched a new asset management company AUM, focusing in Private Equity, Hedge Funds and Long Only Funds based in Malta. Jean-Francois de...

SoftBank’s Robot ‘Pepper’ Set to Work in Taiwan

Two banks and an insurance company in the capital Taipei have started to use SoftBank designed humanoid robots called “Pepper” to entertain and sell...

Facebook’s Marketplace Wants to Become the New Craigslist

Facebook has launched Marketplace a buy and sell local community platform, not unlike Craigslist, only more modern and with massive clientele potential. 450 Million People...

Facebook’s ‘Messenger Day’ Copies Snapchat Stories

Facebook is testing “Messenger Day” a clone of Snapchat Stories, available in Poland, where Snapchat has not dominated the technology landscape. Facebook has stated that...

5 Reasons Why Google Could be fined by EU for Android Antitrust Violations

Google could be fined by the EU for ongoing android antitrust violations, demanding Alphabet’s Google to stop offering financial incentives to smartphone makers to...

5 Female Entrepreneurs You Should Know on American Business Women’s Day

American Business Women’s Day is celebrated on 22 September each year to honor and reflect the accomplishments and contributions of millions of women in...

Elon Musk’s Brother Aims to Revolutionize Urban Farming with Square Roots

Kimbal Musk, Elon Musk’s younger brother has launched a new accelerator and company in Brooklyn called Square Roots that will invest in startups, growing...

Switching Energy Deals Leaves UK Customers Out of Pocket

The average UK household could be paying up to £348 ($359) more per year on energy bills just 12 months after signing up and...

Japan Cabinet Approves $130 billion In Fiscal Steps To Boost Economy

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s cabinet approved $13 billion in fiscal measures to pay low-income earners cash handouts of 15,000 yen in an attempt...