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What the Editors Bought in November 2021

36 items in this article 9 items on sale! Photo-Illustration: The Strategist; Photos: Retailers If you follow our monthly feature “Your Shopping Cart,” you know we have some eerily good intel on what you all are buying, which led us to think that, as Strategist editors, we could turn the …

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Why trade unions have a problem with the minimum wage and what can be done about it

Swedish and Danish trade unions have been up in arms about a minimum wage proposal making its way through the corridors of Brussels and Strasbourg for a while. They have now enlisted the help of closely allied social democratic MEPs and have managed to force a debate and vote in …

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Virus Variant, Stephen Sondheim, Leftovers: Your Friday Evening Briefing

(Want to get this newsletter in your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest at the end of Friday. 1. The U.S. will restrict travel from South Africa and seven other African countries to contain the new variant of the coronavirus. The W.H.O. said the new variant reported …

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Ampel does not plan to ban commissions – the economy – UK Parents Lounge

If the financial lobbyists are to be believed, then the world generally collapses if their demands are not heeded; SMEs no longer get credit, savers get nothing in terms of investment advice. When it was recently learned that a request from the Greens to organize investment advice differently and to …

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White Friday: The best deals on smartphones for all budgets

With discounts on dozens of phones, take advantage of Amazon’s White Friday Sale to upgrade your device. Image Credit: Unsplash/Daniel Romero Phones have a come a long way over the years. Today’s phones not only let you call or message your friends and family but also track your fitness, play …

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Groups seek booster shots for employees

BUSINESS groups and organizations are urging the government to allow the private sector to use its Covid-19 vaccines stocks for booster shots to protect their employees and their families. In a joint statement on Tuesday, the groups said that according to studies, Covid-19 vaccine efficacy wanes beyond six months and …

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Banks retooling for 4IR – The Zimbabwe Independent

THE Institute of Bankers of Zimbabwe (IOBZ) last week held its annual summer school in Victoria Falls where the issue of the opportunities and threats of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) came under focus. Deputy business editor Kudzai Kuwaza (KK) caught with the IOBZ chairperson and People’s Own Savings Bank …

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Regnology Wins “Supervisory Technology” Category Award in the Chartis RiskTech100®

Get inside Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. With its SupTech and RegTech solutions, Regnology climbs six places in the prestigious ranking FRANKFURT, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Regnology, a leading international provider of innovative regulatory, risk, and supervisory technology solutions (RegTech, RiskTech, and SupTech), has won the …

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All that is dubious about crypto currencies

It is quite timely that the government and regulators are looking closely at cryptocurrency. The interesting part is that it does not come under SCRA and hence SEBI is not involved. It does not involve financial institutions and hence RBI is out. It has not been declared illegal by the …

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Google Cloud, Snap, Spotify back up after brief outage, IT News, ET CIO

Multiple social media apps such as Snapchat, Spotify and Alphabet’s Google Cloud appeared to be coming back online after a brief global outage on Tuesday. Google said issues with its Cloud Networking, which counts Etsy, Spotify and Snap Inc as clients, were partially resolved shortly after thousands of users flagged …

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