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American Express Credit Card Rewards May Soon Get Worse
Robert Harrow , Contributor I cover the financial services industry and how it impacts consumers. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Tweet This. American Express is making major changes to a big portion of its business, and ...


It's Not Just Tech. Credit Markets Give Fuel to Equity Rout
Credit leads equities and will underperform,” said Andrew Brenner, the head of international fixed-income at Natalliance Securities in New York, citing Federal Reserve hikes, signs of softer U.S. output and corporate sales of short-term U.S. debt. “We ...

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What Bootstrapping My Startup With Credit Cards Taught Me
Using credit was a no-brainer for me because my revenue exceeded my marketing costs. I knew the cards would be paid off within the month. But, for businesses with inconsistent revenue, using credit cards can be a risky play. You could end up ...


Pockit Loqbox promises to help the UK's 'unbanked' improve their credit score
In an email exchange, I put it to Pockit founder Virraj Jatania that the product would serve its target customer even better if the fintech startup had found a way to offer it for free, since you are still having to pay to improve your score, albeit ...


Credit Suisse AIC: Analyst says trade tensions won't hinder China's ...
The domestic Chinese market is likely to move ahead fast with 5G technology, according to a Credit Suisse analyst.

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'Sneaky Pete' Relocating to California for Tax Credit – Variety
The Amazon series “Sneaky Pete” is relocating production for its third season from New York to California, and has been approved conditionally to receive a $9.2 million tax credit from the Golden State. The California Film Commission made the ...
Amazon's 'Sneaky Pete' relocating to California due to state tax creditLos Angeles Times
'Sneaky Pete' Relocates Production to California to Receive $9.2 Million Tax CreditTheWrap
'Sneaky Pete' Likely Getting A Season 3 With California Move, TV ...Deadline

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Startup Affirm Creates Apple Pay Credit Card Without the Plastic
Since there's no credit score requirements, Affirm's consumers run the credit spectrum, a spokeswoman said. Affirm pays the store up front and said it can afford to do this because it uses an underwriting method that looks at a wide array of credit ...
How Affirm Wants To Push 'Honest Financing' Into Physical RetailPYMNTS.com

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State's 3rd-largest credit union to open 3 Tri-City branches
Tri-City Herald
Washington's third-largest credit union is opening its first Tri-City location this year. And by next year, it plans to have branches in Kennewick, Richland and Pasco. The move is a nod to the 2,300 Tri-Citians who already bank with Spokane Teachers ...

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China Is Going to Limit Travel for People With Low 'Social Credit'
China will start barring people who score low on its so-called “social credit system” from traveling on flights and trains for up to a year. Those who fall short on the social credit system, which monitors and ranks the behavior of Chinese citizens ...
Chinese citizens with poor 'social credit rating' to be barred from public transportThe INQUIRER
China Bans People With Low "Social Credit" From Planes and TrainsBleepingComputer
China is banning people with bad 'social credit' from using planes and trainsTelegraph.co.uk
UPROXX -We are Social Media (press release) (blog)
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Credit Suisse VIX ETN lawsuits: Tidjane Thiam says bank not at fault
Credit Suisse Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam on Monday said that it was "hard to understand" why investors are suing the bank over a complex financial product — that has led to steep losses for some.

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