Business in Action, 9th Ed.
Chapter 2: Economics, Money, and Banking
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"In most of America, earning $100,000 a year could be considered a sign of success.
"The global banking sector is becoming both more strategically focused and technologically advanced to respond to consumer expectations while trying to defend market share against an increasing array of competitors.
"If you’re wondering if we’ll see a financial shake-up in 2019, the answer is yes—at least when it comes to digital transformation.
A decade after the global banking crisis 2019 looks like it could be a year of tipping points in the evolution of the industry.
"After a decade of aftershocks from the seismic financial crisis of 2007, the landscape of global finance is much altered.
"The smart choice for a worker may be at odds with what's good for everyone else, says a new report suggesting ways to bridge the gap.
"This piece offers a personal perspective on the root causes and implications of the current turmoil and what corporate leaders can do to shape conditions for continued prosperity.
"What impact could the technology behind Bitcoin have?
Does a higher minimum wage result in lost jobs or job creation?
"More and more people are calling for a "ban on banking," but that's not as crazy as it sounds," writes Joe Weisenthal (photo, left).
Carmen Wong Ulrich of CNBC.
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The short and simple story of the credit crisis.