Business credit is the grease that keeps the wheels of a business enterprise moving. The fact that business enterprises rely on business loans from time to time is an obvious statement. Regardless of the scale or the diversity of a business — budding entrepreneurs running from pillar to post in search of seed capital or […]
Taking out any loan for your business or personal use is easy nowadays, but it is highly essential that you take out a loan that makes sense. No one wants to fall into a debt trap making life difficult. If you’re going to be stress-free then you should consider your need and most importantly the […]
More often than not debt consolidation has proved to be the best option for the startups to manage their debts, stay away from further obligations as well as be more organized in their finance and business management. Ideally, the workload on startup businesses is much more as compared to the established business and given the […]
Over the last few years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been steadily advancing in complexity, utility, and sophistication. Overall, that’s been good news for consumers and businesses alike, who are seeing increased use of the technology in everything from the latest in digital assistants like Amazon’s Alexa to customer services tools that are enhancing customer experiences […]
In 2005, the average person never would have believed how social media platforms would completely transform the way humans interact. By 2010, that same person never would have dreamed that ride-sharing apps would overthrow the taxi industry within a few short years. Cue 2015, and that person — who had seen countless industries transformed by […]
Nasdaq’s automated quotations in the mid-seventies and online shopping in the mid-eighties were disruptive technologies for financial field. The latest disruptive fintech innovation, cryptocurrency, is gaining popularity with consumers, businesses and governmental bodies. Large corporations and governments are particularly interested in the underlying technology of cryptocurrency called blockchain. In fact, many organizations have launched initiatives […]
Global consulting firm Accenture has released a report looking at the potential benefits of autonomous vehicles in Australia and what connected industries may be affected by the advent of self-driving. Accenture predicts that by the year 2040, four out of every 10 cars will be autonomous. And it won’t just be consumer cars that use […]
The smartphone – possibly the most advanced personal computing device ever – is bringing the benefits of technology to just about everyone.
Startup acquisitions often don’t go as planned – often because the founders don’t know what to expect and how to ensure they’re getting the right deal.
How can a company that has never even attempted to make a penny be worth $2.5 billion? Yes,
Facebook is facing 31 consolidated lawsuits over its bungled $16 billion IPO last May – but now the social network has joined with dozens of banks in asking a federal judge to dismiss them.
As the digital currency becomes more and more mainstream, online businesses are jumping on the bandwagon to stay ahead of the game.
The IRS’s data-mining capabilities are bigger and more extensive than ever. Did you double-check your math before filing your return?
Signs are mounting that Apple will aim to placate investors with a share buyback or a higher dividend this spring, possibly in tandem with a product announcement.
Bad advice from hedge-fund manager Andy Zaky led hundreds of people to lose millions on Apple stock. Does Daring Fireball’s John Gruber, who touted Zaky early and often, share any of the blame?
Dell Inc. confirmed Tuesday that it has agreed to a $24.4 billion deal that will take the company private, removing the second-largest PC company from the prying eyes of investors, analysts, and regulators.
Of course, the key rule of investing in the stock market is: “Nobody knows anything.”
When it comes to minting the mega-mega rich, tech is about as lucrative as mining.
With its 2012 fiscal year earnings report a week away, Facebook stock hovers around $30 a share. So what happens now?
After years of stumbling toward oblivion, THQ finally throws in the towel and files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection. Its president couldn’t be happier.