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Worried about online fraud? Make sure your financial advisor is ready for a cyber attack

Cyber theft is the fastest-growing crime in the U.S., and cost the global economy more than $ 450 billion in 2016, with more than 2 billion person records stolen. By 2021, cyber crime damage costs could hit $ 6 trillion annually, according to Ernst & Young’s 2016-17 <a class="inline_asset" href="http://www.ey.com/gl/en/services/advisory/ey-global-information-security-… Personal Finance Personal finance books that everyone should read starting ...

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Apple, Inc. Earnings: What to Watch

Next week, tech giant Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) will report its third-quarter financial results. The quarter is taking place more than halfway through Apple’s flagship iPhone cycle and will test Apple’s ability to continue putting up big profits ahead of the smartphone’s annual refresh. Apple is scheduled to report its third-quarter results on August 1. Here’s what investors should watch when the ...

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How about never? Avoid taking meetings with these troublesome co-workers

Jared Kushner’s approach to meetings is perhaps surprising for a White House adviser and businessman, but experts say it’s also a cautionary tale for nine-to-five workers. President Trump’s son-in-law and the White House adviser told a congressional committee this week that he arrived late to the meeting in June 2016 with a Russian attorney held by Donald Trump Jr. Kushner ...

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Brightcove (BCOV) Q2 Earnings: Is a Surprise in the Cards?

Shutterstock photo Brightcove Inc.BCOV is slated to report second-quarter 2017 results on Jul 26 after the closing bell. Last quarter, the company posted a negative earnings surprise of 44.44%. Moreover, it has delivered negative earnings surprises in two of the trailing four quarters, resulting in an average negative earnings surprise of 81.94%. Furthermore,… Latest Articles in

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House votes to prevent disgruntled customers from being able to sue their bank

Should angry consumers be allowed to sue financial firms, when they think the companies have done them wrong? No, according to members of the House of Representatives. Earlier this month, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a final version of a rule that would ban companies from using language in their contracts called “mandatory arbitration clauses” that prohibit consumers from ...

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Why you should avoid Jared Kushner’s weirdly casual approach to meetings

Jared Kushner’s approach to meetings is perhaps surprising for a White House adviser and businessman, but experts say it’s also a cautionary tale for nine-to-five workers. President Trump’s son-in-law and the White House adviser told a congressional committee this week that he arrived late to the meeting in June 2016 with a Russian attorney held by Donald Trump Jr. Kushner ...

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Personal Finance Daily: A record-setting week for trying to take guns on planes and the world’s highest-paid athletes

Happy Tuesday, MarketWatchers! We hope your weeks are off to a good start. Here are your top stories in personal finance. Personal Finance The highest paid athletes in the world, in one chart This graphic shows who makes the most money from a combination of salary, winnings and endorsements. It was a record-setting week for people trying to take guns ...

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Worried about online fraud? Make sure your financial advisor is ready for a cyber attack

Cyber theft is the fastest-growing crime in the U.S., and cost the global economy more than $ 450 billion in 2016, with more than 2 billion person records stolen. By 2021, cyber crime damage costs could hit $ 6 trillion annually, according to Ernst & Young’s 2016-17 <a class="inline_asset" href="http://www.ey.com/gl/en/services/advisory/ey-global-information-security-… Personal Finance

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