While some U.S. investors might have taken comfort from China’s rebound, we still find ourselves in the early innings of this period of uncertainty. READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCE HERE
In New York City — and lots of other places — farmers markets are considered essential businesses. At one in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, people wear face masks and stand 6 feet apart while lining up for bread, potatoes and apples. But while they’re buying the same food as usual, they might have
To my Fintech friends, this is my 4th annual “Top Ten” Fintech prediction. I started this tradition at Crowdfund Insider back in January 2017. As we are saying goodbye to an incredible Fintech year of 2019, I see another seismic change in 2020 for our industry. One which could spell the end to Fintech as
Financial technology innovations have forced a shift in traditional financial services paradigms and prompted large financial institutions to re-evaluate how they do business. The outsized impact that fintechs have had on the industry over the years has not only been disruptive, but quantifiable. In 2018 alone, global investment in fintechs reached record levels ($112 billion).
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (#OECD) just came out with policy guidelines for #AI; it recommendations adopted by more than 40 countries represent a global reference point of AI #governance: READ FULL ARTICLE FROM SOURCE HERE >