Give the people what they want: Rise in loan demand
Feb 24, 2014 Philip Burgess
Thankfully, there aren't a lot of people who are currently in dire straits financially. In a post-global recession United Kingdom, the economy is picking back up and consumers' fiscal situations are beginning to stabilize. That's a far cry
Whole Foods partners with Square to launch mobile payments
Feb 19, 2014 Dave King
More businesses are beginning to adopt mobile payment systems to push into the future. Whole Foods Market stores recently agreed to partner with Square to set up electronic payments with Square Register and software, according to Tab Times.
Why don't government leaders trust consumers?
Feb 14, 2014 Philip Burgess
Individuals across the globe take pride in being able to make their own decisions. It's a very liberating feeling when we finally move out of our parents' homes into places of our own and then lead our own, self-designed lives. Freedom is a
New regulations may be on the horizon for electronic payments
Feb 11, 2014 Dave King
Over the last several years, the use of electronic payments has been on the rise. In recent decades, debit and credit card usage has spiked, but a number of new technologies and security challenges have made the electronic payment market more
Government bashes short term lending while offering similar services
Feb 10, 2014 Sean Albert
Short term lending gets a bad name. Federal regulators have come out against this type of financing for years, claiming it takes advantage of consumers who are in desperate need of financial help. But, if short term loans are so bad, then why