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Big Data: The Future Is Now

As analytics aimed at helping companies make use of all their data proliferate, companies worldwide are embracing these new technologies and finding ever-more-innovative ways to use them. Those that fail to do so risk being left on the sidelines.

Money Market Funds: Re-Weight And See

Corporate Cash | Money Market Funds
Despite plenty of corporate pushback, the SEC’s controversial money market reform will be more headache than hardship for corporate investors.      

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Call for Nominations: Who’s Who In African Finance

Call for Nominations: Who’s Who In African Finance

Global Finance’s Who’s Who In African Finance will recognize the most influential, creative, and powerful people in the African business and financial communities. This exclusive resource will be published for the first time in the October 2015 issue as part of our Africa Supplement.

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Life Expectancy By Country

Life Expectancy By Country

Data on life expectancy offers insight into the health of countries around the world and, as such, into their citizens' chances and ability to prosper.

World Population Distribution By Country

World Population Distribution By Country

Population distribution refers to the arrangement or spread of people living in a given area and includes how the population of an area is arranged according to variables, such as age, race or sex.

Cities With Highest Cost Of Living

Cities With Highest Cost Of Living

These rankings measure the comparative cost of over 200 items, including housing, transportation, food, clothing, household goods, and entertainment. New York is used as the base city, comparing 214 cities against it.

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Digital Bank Conference and Best Digital Bank Awards 2015

Digital Bank Conference and Best Digital Bank Awards 2015

The world’s leading banks know digital banking is their future – and they need to deliver what digital-savvy consumers are demanding. 

Attend this event to meet and learn from experts, your peers and service providers who can make this possible.

From the Wires

Correction to South Korea MERS Article (on Tuesday)

South Korea's central bank has cut interest rates once since the outbreak of MERS. "South Korea MERS Outbreak Is Over, Government Says," at 0307 GMT, incorrectly said it had cut interest rates twice in the eighth paragraph. (END) Dow Jones ...

Oil Prices Rebound From Four-Month Lows

By Biman Mukherji HONG KONG--Oil prices rebounded from near four-month lows on Wednesday as calm returned to equity markets following a selloff in China earlier in the week. The plunge in China's stock market hit trading sentiment and investors withdrew ...

Asian Shares: China Shares Teeter on Losses

By Chao Deng China's shares flitted between positive and negative territory Wednesday as officials stepped up efforts to calm markets, while other Asian shares recovered from recent losses with focus shifting to corporate earnings and the Federal Reserve's monetary-policy meeting. ...