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Ariel Investments Co-CEO, CIO and Chairman, John Rogers, explains why the economic disparities have continued to grow in the U.S. and how to drive economic justice in the financial sector.
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The pandemic would be a great time to bring this Depression-era financial system back.
The former law professor is taking notes and even assigning math homework. Wall Street better be paying attention.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) gave a fiery response to claims her climate change legislation was elitist.
Affordable banking is for the rich, and that's one reason it's so expensive to be anything else.
The unsecured server contained loan and mortgage agreements, repayment schedules and other highly sensitive financial and tax documents.
Don't spend your hard-earned money on things you can get free.
I thought my contribution would have more impact through direct involvement with the grass roots segment of Tanzania's economy
And so today's big question in banking is this: How to combine scalability with security? It starts, says Kaazing CEO Bob
In that report, the authors explore both the potential benefits and risks of AI for financial services, relying in part upon
Thank You, Dr. Warren: The Fine Print Became Legible In the last six years, we've made huge strides in terms of being able
For Americans living paycheck to paycheck, if a car repair, medical expense or another unexpected bill arrives in between
We are currently in the midst of an incredible confluence of potentially seismic macro trends that touch every soul. The economic and social promise of all this incredible action could help usher in a world which enjoys much more inclusive financial services and capital access.
Marta is a passionate entrepreneur and avid champion of diversity in the fintech industry. As a Polish expat, Marta experienced first-hand how challenging it was to send money home.
Financial regulators are (finally) beginning to consider reforms that get to the heart of American's distrust of the financial system, addressing not just codes of conduct but also how to build ethically courageous cultures that ensure the actions behind the words.
Many companies measure employee engagement as a way of determining company culture. But satisfaction and engagement surveys simply document the extent of the problem. The focus must be on culture as the intersection between values and behaviors.
If you're a Millennial - that is, someone born between the years 1981 and 2000 - this imagined future probably doesn't seem far-fetched at all, as 73 percent of this generation would be more excited by a financial services offering from one of those five companies than from their own nationwide bank.
We commend the CFPB for moving to prohibit class-action bans. But the agency should go further and ban forced arbitration entirely wherever it has the power to do so.
In the sustainable development priorities for the next 15 years adopted by heads of states in New York this week, the United Nations has highlighted financial inclusion as an important enabler for poorer households in the informal economies of the global south to increase resilience and better capture opportunities.