Financial and business
news

Fill the form below and get the best and quickest payday loan specialy for you

You quick and easy cash is waiting. Select your city, how much money you need and a lender which is ready to pay. Fill the form with your personal data. Funds will be deposited directly to your bank account.

U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Resigns Amid Sexual-Abuse Allegations

U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Resigns Amid Sexual-Abuse Allegations

Pope Francis accepted the resignation of U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, taking an extraordinary disciplinary measure against a senior member of the Catholic hierarchy after several allegations of sexual abuse.

Published 2 months ago

Check the Back Seat! Alerts Remind Drivers About Children

Check the Back Seat! Alerts Remind Drivers About Children

As the ‘hot-car’ death rate remains stubbornly high, new sensors and other reminders are in the works; Nissan will make its alert a standard feature, a step advocates have encouraged.

Published 2 months ago

#MeToo Movement Gathers Momentum in China

#MeToo Movement Gathers Momentum in China

A slew of sexual-misconduct allegations is surfacing in China, a sign of pent-up frustration about the treatment of women and a testament to the rise of a generation increasingly willing to speak up.

Published 2 months ago

Did You Lose Your Job? Kansas City Still Loves You

Did You Lose Your Job? Kansas City Still Loves You

Midwest cities from Milwaukee to Kansas City are doing whatever it takes to keep laid-off workers from leaving town to seek a job elsewhere—opening a new front in the nationwide scramble for labor.

Published 2 months ago

As Oil Industry Recovers From a Glut, a Supply Crunch Might Be Looming

As Oil Industry Recovers From a Glut, a Supply Crunch Might Be Looming

Crude across the globe is being used up faster than it is being replaced, raising concerns among some industry watchers of a massive price spike that could hurt businesses and consumers.

Published 2 months ago

Chinese Tariffs Hit U.S. Almond Exports

Chinese Tariffs Hit U.S. Almond Exports

Prices for California almonds have fallen by more than 10% over the past two months, reflecting expectations for a bumper crop and steep tariffs imposed this year by China, which until recently was the second-largest importer of U.S. almonds after the European Union.

Published 2 months ago

How Sellers Trick Amazon to Boost Sales

How Sellers Trick Amazon to Boost Sales

The digital giant battles click farms, reviewers-for-hire and other scams as merchants try to outsmart its product-ranking system.

Published 2 months ago

As Oil Industry Recovers From a Glut, a Supply Crunch Might Be Looming

As Oil Industry Recovers From a Glut, a Supply Crunch Might Be Looming

Crude across the globe is being used up faster than it is being replaced, raising concerns among some industry watchers of a massive price spike that could hurt businesses and consumers.

Published 2 months ago

Did You Lose Your Job? Kansas City Still Loves You

Did You Lose Your Job? Kansas City Still Loves You

Midwest cities from Milwaukee to Kansas City are doing whatever it takes to keep laid-off workers from leaving town to seek a job elsewhere—opening a new front in the nationwide scramble for labor.

Published 2 months ago

Check the Back Seat! Alerts Remind Drivers About Children

Check the Back Seat! Alerts Remind Drivers About Children

As the ‘hot-car’ death rate remains stubbornly high, new sensors and other reminders are in the works; Nissan will make its alert a standard feature, a step advocates have encouraged.

Published 2 months ago

#MeToo Movement Gathers Momentum in China

#MeToo Movement Gathers Momentum in China

A slew of sexual-misconduct allegations is surfacing in China, a sign of pent-up frustration about the treatment of women and a testament to the rise of a generation increasingly willing to speak up.

Published 2 months ago

South Africa: the legacy of the Cape Town drought

South Africa: the legacy of the Cape Town drought

‘Residents monitored daily fluctuations in dam levels with an obsessiveness normally reserved for Twitter’

Published 1 second ago

Migrant influx stirs fresh tensions in Bosnia

Migrant influx stirs fresh tensions in Bosnia

Balkan country emerges as new stop-off point on route to Europe

Published 1 second ago

Facebook’s Hard Fall Shows the Pitfalls of Big Data

Facebook’s Hard Fall Shows the Pitfalls of Big Data

Companies typically use only 5% to 10% of the data they collect. They’re beefing up their efforts to use more—but a consumer backlash is brewing.

Published 2 months ago

CBS to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Harassment Against CEO Moonves

CBS to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Harassment Against CEO Moonves

CBS said it would investigate allegations of sexual harassment against Chief Executive Leslie Moonves, putting him on the hot seat at the same time he is locked in a legal battle with the media company’s controlling shareholder.

Published 2 months ago