Around the world, and especially in the UK, a new breed of digital banks are entering the market, hoping to disrupt the dominance of traditional providers.
High wages are sometimes illusory; in expensive cities, the lion’s share of a salary is spent on the cost of living.
UberEats, the food delivery arm of the on-demand car app, is launching in India today.
India’s largest online retailer Flipkart has raised $1.4bn in its latest round of funding, the largest capital infusion for any privately-held Indian internet venture.
Uber has been hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
GV, formerly Google Ventures, the search giant’s venture capital arm announced its first investment in a European fintech company today.
Whether your interaction with artificial intelligence (AI) is limited to science-fiction or you spend more time in your day talking to Siri and Alexa than actual humans, you can’t hide from the fact AI is changing the world.
In what has been a difficult week for the cab-hailing app Uber, its rival Lyft looks to be taking advantage of the bad news.
London-based startup TransferWise has become the first company to allow users to send money internationally through Facebook Messenger.
A blog post by an ex-Uber engineer about sexual harassment at the startup has prompted the company to launch an “urgent investigation” into the claims.
Venture capitalist firm Atomico has raised a $765m fund to invest and champion European technology startups around the world.
The UK fintech scene, estimated to be worth £6bn ($7.5bn) to the UK economy, is getting a boost with a new dedicated hub.
Fintech might not be the new, young and cutting edge sector it once was.
When Trump’s Muslim travel ban came into force over the weekend, there was outcry from the US tech community.