With people saying FinTech is disrupting banking, what does that actually mean? Who and how are tech/non-tech companies changing the landscape of financial services? Story from a banking veteran.
Debt collection used to be the last-mile of lending business taking place offline. Now, data technology is changing it.
This is not a normal roadshow or pitch competition.
Regulation-friendly cryptocurrencies with potentially numerous use-cases, will begin to see higher take up rate (and prices)
The new Lazada CEO Lucy Peng is a heavy weight. She will make a lot of swift changes at the company.
ICOs have been the rage for the past year and the interest is still very much alive. What differentiates the good from the bad?
burning questions asked and answered - and a surprise.