Unusually lucrative November a boon for automakers, lenders

Dec 16, 2013 Philip Burgess

Over the last year, the fortunes have been turning for American automakers. During the Great Recession, the sector encapsulated the struggles many U.S. businesses and consumers were experiencing. Domestic car manufacturers found it difficult


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A clear case for electronic payments

Dec 05, 2013 Dave King

North American nations, as well as those in Europe and Asia, are beginning to become more aggressive with electronic payments, especially as the trend has been found to streamline accounting. Organizations in the public and private sectors


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Online home shopping could create identity theft risk

Dec 05, 2013 Dave King

Buying a home is probably the biggest financial commitment of a consumers' life. It can be an expensive venture, as not only do people need to make mortgage payments each month, but also cover other new expenses such as homeowner's insurance


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New technology complicates background screening

Dec 05, 2013 Quinn Thomas

Organizations in virtually every industry have had to refine many internal practices in light of new technology, especially when it comes to electronic payments, debt collection and background screening. Decision-makers must ensure that all


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Confusing lenders left and right

Dec 05, 2013 Simon Williams

Sometimes, when national lawmakers draft new rules to be implemented within an industry, this can help people within the sector better understand what they should and should not do. That is, after all, the point of crafting legislation - it


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