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QIF Master

QIF Master makes it easier to enter banking, credit card, and investment transactions into Quicken. Many online banks and credit card...

January 15, 2015 By John Woodward

Taxi app wars heat up

The imminent launch of taxi booking application Ingogo has received a massive financial boost having secured first round investment funding from a collection of high-profile technology, banking and angel investors, including a Google staffer and MYOB co-founder.

September 14, 2011 by

8 ways to fix RIM with a reality check

It's almost becoming a daily ritual to see bad news spelling out Research In Motion's doom, whether it be disappointing earnings reports, layoffs, executive departures or just poor BlackBerry product sales in general. Jefferies, a global securities and investment banking group, has eight suggestions that could turn RIM around, but let's give each one a reality check first.

June 21, 2011


Be So Good They Cannot Ignore a job interview coming up, or maybe an exam? you need wibbler. it's like duolingo for coding.with...

December 21, 2014 By Brain Friendly

CommBank pours extra $370m into core

The Commonwealth Bank has flagged a dramatic increase in its investment into core banking modernisation, adding nine months onto the transformation timetable and an additional $370 million of spending.

February 9, 2011 by

S&P Capital IQ for Tablets

Important: There is no charge to download the application. However, it is only available to S&P Capital IQ clients. The S&P Capital...

December 16, 2014 By Capital IQ

Dot-com bank Robertson Stephens to close

FleetBoston Financial said Friday it is closing Robertson Stephens, a San Francisco-based investment bank that took dozens of dot-com companies public during the tech boom of the 1990s.Fleet decided to close its Robertson Stephens banking unit after the companies failed to come to terms on an employee buyout.

July 12, 2002

Hosted CRM apps gain favor has landed two new customers for its customer-relationship management applications. The company plans to announce Monday that it's hosting and maintaining CRM software for Garrett Aviation, a subsidiary of General Electric. In a separate deal, a division of investment banking company Daiwa Securities SMBC Europe is using the hosted applications, which claims are less expensive and easier to install than those offered by Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP and Siebel Systems. CRM software is intended to streamline customer service, simplify marketing and sales efforts, and help companies find new customers and generate more revenue from existing customers. However, recent reports from analyst firms such as Gartner and Merrill Lynch indicate that many CRM projects fail to deliver anticipated savings and business advantages. --Alorie Gilbert, Special to ZDNet News

May 20, 2002 by

Asian Banks key B2B enablers: Goldman Sachs

By Samuel QuekAsia's best banks are strategically positioned to play key roles in B2B commerce, says Goldman Sachs report12 July 2000 - Banks in Asia have the potential to play key roles in enabling B2B commerce, says investment banking and securities firm, Goldman Sachs.

July 28, 2000

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