In a world where Generation Y is confronted with more and more technology, choices have become somewhat incalculable.
The 2016 US presidential election – like Brexit – has divided public opinion and at first glance it would seem the two candidates are poles apart.
Elon Musk might be the man who wants to move to Mars, but it seems he has still got his hands on the reigns of his business operations.
In an age where we can bank on our mobile phones, shop from our couches, or even fund our small business online, expectations from consumers have come to include a digital presence from banks and businesses across the world.
Millennials, sometimes known as Digital Natives, are seeking to invest thanks to these growing FinTech options.
The average consumer could save over $500 in insurance and banking fees because of new ‘smart contracts’ based on blockchain technology, according to recently published research.
Financial institutions are constantly under pressure to deliver profit and an easy solution is to cut existing costs.
Keep your Jackson Pollocks on the wall for now – owning classic cars could be more profitable than art, gold or property.
Research has revealed that New York is home to more billionaires than any other city in the world – boasting 113.