Day: January 11, 2018

Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

South Korea’s justice minister said on Thursday that a bill is being prepared to ban all cryptocurrency trading in the country. That news is a major development for the cryptocurrency space, as South Korea is one of the biggest markets for major coins like bitcoin and ethereum. According to industry website CryptoCompare, more than 10 […]

Vinnyd January 11, 2018

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Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

President Trump’s companies sold more than $35 million in real estate in 2017, mostly to secretive shell companies that obscure buyers’ identities, continuing a dramatic shift in his customers’ behavior that began during the election, a USA TODAY review found. In Las Vegas alone, Trump sold 41 luxury condo units in 2017, a majority of […]

Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

President Donald Trump on Wednesday did not dismiss the prospect of sitting down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller, saying, “we’ll see what happens.” “There has been no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians, or Trump and Russians,” the president said at a news conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg. Trump […]

Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

Getty Images With the U.S. Capitol dome in the distance, a Delta airplane takes off from Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington, DC. U.S. airlines are on track for their eighth consecutive year of profits in 2017. As they report those 2017 and fourth-quarter profits investors will be focused on whether they can make those […]

Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

Oil supply data have shown that OPEC members have largely complied with the agreement to curb oil output, although members Nigeria and Libya are exempt from the deal. Al-Mazrouei said the adherence to the agreement had been a positive sign of collaboration between the group and non-OPEC producers. “The compliance level is important to me,” […]

Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

Amazon’s aggressive poaching tactics in Israel have the country’s start-up community riled up, causing some companies to explore abandoning Amazon’s cloud service in retaliation. Shai Wininger, the co-founder of Lemonade, an insurance start-up that’s raised $180 million, took his frustration to social media, writing multiple posts on LinkedIn and Facebook about Amazon’s poaching activity. “Just […]

Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

Jonathan Ernst | Reuters President Donald Trump addresses a joint news conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg in the East Room of the White House in Washington, U.S., January 10, 2018. A judge’s decision Tuesday night to temporarily block Trump’s move to end DACA complicates that timeline. A bipartisan working group of senators met […]

Tess Torelli January 11, 2018

Banks have long been at an advantage when it comes to data on their customers. From current accounts to credit cards, established lenders have access to vast amounts of information that financial technology (fintech) competitors could only dream of. In Europe, that could all be about to change. This Saturday, banks operating in the European […]