continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Not surprisingly, Anne Boden, founder of the U.K. digital bank Starling, is a booster of the mobile banking experience. She considers what mobile banking is today to be just a small subset of what it could be.Boden sees the mobile device as a sort of portable pocket banker, a miniaturized advisor drawing on a multitude of apps that cover every aspect of a consumer’s financial life.She does not see the extinction of banks that others do. She actually sees a kind of rebirth for banks at the intersection of mobile banking, open banking, data sharing, and other trends. Boden sees banks as active clearinghouses and curators.“To visualize how this works, I always imagine a good quality market such as you might find in any town or city center near you,” writes Boden writes in her book The Money Revolution. “This is a place where individuals and small businesses come to sell foodstuffs, from excellent coffee to fine cheeses…. In the future, it is very likely that banks will take the market role, bringing together financial brands and services that they are likewise proud to be associated with them.”
Press Association The 23-year-old has agreed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Foxes, who are bottom of the Barclays Premier League. Chelsea were interested in the Croatia international, who has two goals in four appearances, but failed to strike a deal with Rijeka. Striker Andrej Kramaric has completed his switch from Rijeka to Leicester, subject to a work permit, the Croatian club have confirmed.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditLOS ANGELES (AP) — The Chargers say Philip Rivers will enter free agency and not return for the upcoming season.,Update on the latest sports February 10, 2020 Associated Press The Chargers say Philip Rivers will enter free agency and not return for the upcoming season
Authorities in Jacksonville are currently searching for the last remaining teen of 4 who managed to escape a juvenile center after staging a fight in one of the dorm rooms and attacking staff members.The incident occurred Saturday night at the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice facility.According to the report, the inmates 16-year-old Tajah Bing, 17-year-old Davionne Baldwin, 16-year-old Tyjuan Monroe, and 17-year-old Marcus Ledbetter staged a fight inside a dorm room then allegedly overpowered employees in the facility’s control room and opened the door. The teens then stole an employees car keys, vehicle, cellphone, and a purse before fleeing the facility altogether.On Sunday authorities reported that they have captured three of the teens, however, Bing still remains on the run. Officials are offering up to $3,000 for information that leads to his arrest. If you have any information on Bing’s whereabouts you are asked to contact them at 904-630-0500 or email [email protected]