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Months-old Uni raises $18.5 million seed round to expand India’s credit card market

The credit card industry in India appears to be stuck. According to industry estimates, between 30 million to 35 million people in the country today have at least one credit…

Credit Suisse Hires Laungani for Asia Technology Deals

(Bloomberg) — Credit Suisse Group AG has hired investment banker Neel Laungani as the Swiss lender seeks to build its team for deals in telecommunications, media and technology in Asia…

Some Lucrative Card Bonuses; How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Helped Women Get Credit Cards

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Paved the Way for Women to Get Credit Cards If you are a woman who holds a credit card, you owe it in large part to the efforts…

Is This the Future of Credit Cards?

Even with new features like cash rewards and cash back credit cards, the card industry seems to have gotten a bit stale of late. That’s understandable, as the move from…

Seattle startup Level sees growth for flexible credit service used by independent contractors

Level CEO David Edelstein. (Level Photos) Millions of independent contractors are making money in the gig economy, but many don’t have access to financial credit services to help grow their…

X1 Visa Credit Card Uses Income, Not Credit Score to Determine Your Spending Limit

The new X1 Visa Card, created by former Twitter execs with backing from PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, is planned for release this winter, and the company opened its waiting list…

Investors don’t need to rotate out of tech yet, but ‘high flying’ stocks aren’t the best to buy, Credit Suisse strategy chief says

Bloomberg TV Jonathan Golub told Bloomberg on Friday that investors should stick with the “winning theme of growth” and don’t need to rotate out of all technology stocks yet. …