Japan Looks to Kickstart ‘Fintech’ Revolution

By Thomas Wilson TOKYO (Reuters) – A laggard in embracing the ‘fintech’, or financial technology, revolution, Japan is set to ease investment restrictions that could free up the flow of

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Alibaba to Train a Million Teenagers in Rural China

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Alibaba plans to train a million teenagers in rural China to help start their own online businesses, taking e-commerce to the country’s vast rural areas, the

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Moody’s Says FCC Internet Privacy Proposal Could Harm Broad Internet Providers

(Reuters) – Ratings agency Moody’s Investors Services said Tuesday a proposal by U.S. communications regulators to impose privacy restrictions on broadband providers like Verizon Communications Inc, AT&T Inc, Comcast Corp

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Bangladesh Central Bank Governor Resigns Over Cyber Heist

  By Serajul Quadir DHAKA, March 15 (Reuters) – Bangladesh’s central bank governor Atiur Rahman resigned on Tuesday following demands of accountability from the government after $81 million was stolen from the bank’s

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