All Blogs / Business & Finance / Popular

Video Editing Startup Magisto Rolls Out New Feature For Small Businesses

The company has developed a patented A.I. technology--specifically tailored to small businesses--to help them create quality videos quickly and inexpensively.

Deutsche Bank Spikes Most In 5 Years (Just Like Lehman Did)

Rumors of ECB monetization (which would be highly problematic in the new "bail-in" world) and old news of the emergency debt-buyback plan have sparked an epic ramp in Deutsche Bank's stock this morning (+11% - the most since Oct 2011). Show More Summary

Did Peyton Manning's Budweiser marketing break the FTC's advertising rules?

When Peyton Manning told CBS on Sunday that he would celebrate his Super Bowl victory with, among other things, "a lot of Budweiser," it immediately raised some eyebrows from viewers already weary after a long day of being accosted by...Show More Summary

Essential Politics: New Hampshire primary results are just the beginning

I’m Christina Bellantoni, your morning-after Essential Politics host. And like this primary season, we’re just getting started. As both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders would say, it was a yuuuuge night. Both men, as different as can be but both attracting angry voters frustrated by their respective...

WorldRemit raises $45M to grow its mobile-first money-transfer service globally

U.K.-based fintech startup WorldRemit has raised $45 million from TriplePoint Venture Growth BDC Corp. and Silicon Valley Bank. This takes WorldRemit’s total funding to $192.7 million, after the company raised a whopping $100 million almost exactly a year ago. Founded out of London in 2010, WorldRemit is a money-transfer service aimed at helping migrants send […]

Watch a UCLA gymnast Whip, Nae Nae and Dab to victory

The UCLA women's gymnastics team has got that floor-exercise swag. Senior Sophina DeJesus' first floor routine of the season on Saturday featured the Whip, the Nae Nae and finished with a Dab. It's a must-watch routine and DeJesus' first of the season. After a tumbling pass, DeJesus breaks out...

13 questions Janet Yellen might get from Congress on Wednesday

Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen is set to speak on Capitol Hill on Wednesday and Thursday. Akin Oyedele has the full preview here. In short, Yellen isn't expected to saw much, but if anything does happen it's more likely that Yellen...Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel is the NFL’s first domestic violence case in 2016. He won’t be the last.

The court documents describe a violent struggle. Colleen Crowley said Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel hit her so hard she became deaf in her left ear, according to an application for a protective order filed last week in Texas. She was struck Jan. 29, her lawyer said, and the 23-year-old woman still hasn’t regained her hearing. […]

Surprise: You May Actually Be Able to Afford the Tesla Model S 

This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Tesla's next car will be a lot cheaper than previously expected. In fact, it could cost as little as $25,000. CEO Elon Musk confirmed last year that its first mass market car, the Model 3, would price at about $35,000. Show More Summary

The Beyonce Effect: Red Lobster's Sales Jump 33% After A Mention In Her Song

SANTA CLARA, CA - FEBRUARY 07: Beyonce performs onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Matt Cowan/Getty Images) If the Queen gives you her seal of approval, the masses are sure to follow. Since she called out [...]

Moscow sends bulldozers to smash small businesses overnight and no one knows why

Muscovites awoke Tuesday morning to find their metro stations in disarray after the city demolished dozens of small businesses it claimed lacked proper permits overnight. The surprise move frustrated thousands of commuters and angered...Show More Summary

Zenefits CEO suddenly steps down

Zenefits CEO and founder Parker Conrad is no longer sailing the ship. Conrad’s removal as CEO of the struggling startup was announced on Monday. Taking the helm is David Sacks, who was Zenefits’ COO and had previously worked at Microsoft after selling his company, Yammer, to the tech giant. Show More Summary

Google CEO awarded $199 million in stock

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is now one of the most well-compensated chief executives in the world. Google has awarded the well-known and admired Pichai with $199 million in Google stock. Google granted 273,328 Class C shares to Pichai on February 3, according to a regulatory filing. Show More Summary

Germany's top finance official has 'no concerns' about Deutsche Bank (DB)

German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble isn't worried about Deutsche Bank. According to a report from Bloomberg, Schaeuble said simply, "I have no concerns about Deutsche Bank" when asked about the firm following a press conference...Show More Summary

Goldman CEO eyes more cost cuts amid global growth concerns

By Olivia Oran (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc's chief executive officer signaled the U.S. bank could cut costs yet again as market turmoil, declining oil prices and concerns about Germany’s Deutsche Bank AG have cratered the sector's shares this year. Show More Summary

'Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice': The Pessimistic Box Office Prediction

'Batman v Superman' image courtesy of Warner Bros. While there was no conventional Super Bowl commercial forBatman v Superman this weekend (Warner Bros. usually doesn't buy Super Bowl ad time), there was big news for the upcoming tentpole picture. The film will now open on the same day in America, China, [...]

You couldn't ask for a clearer chart showing that negative interest rates fuel property bubbles

Here is a chart showing interest rates set by Sweden's central bank plotted against property price increases, from HSBC global economist James Pomeroy: You can't find a clearer warning that ultra-low, zero, or negative interest rates fuel bubbles in the property market. Show More Summary

New Hampshire Secretary of State predicts record turnout for primary

When Donald Trump came to New Hampshire two years ago and declared a presidential run was "absolutely in the cards," hardly anyone took him, or the idea, seriously. When Sen. Bernie Sanders announced he would seek the Democratic nomination last April, his candidacy was seen as more a crusade for...

Deutsche Bank's CEO says the bank is 'absolutely rock-solid' in memo to employees (DB)

Deutsche Bank is "absolutely rock-solid," according to co-CEO John Cryan. In a memo to employees sent out Tuesday, Cryan sought to re-assure the staff of Germany's largest bank — and presumably markets as well — that things are going...Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC