robinhood the controversial trading app worth 5 billion is trying to take on wall street the company has faced
Robinhood, the controversial trading app worth $5 billion, is trying to take on Wall Street. The company has faced its fair share of criticism, but it could be a major player in banking moving forward. So can it live up to the legend?
considering her record her documented history of poor ethical moral fitness its outrageous that maxine waters
Considering her record + her documented history of poor ethical + moral fitness, it’s outrageous that Maxine Waters is up for chair of the House Financial Services Committee, which has jurisdiction over the country’s banking, economy, housing, & insurance.
a kid who went from home to home sleeping on whatever was there amp raised by a single mom became one of the g
A kid who went from home to home, sleeping on whatever was there & raised by a single mom, became one of the greatest athletes ever, banking more than $600M in on- and off-the-court money. Remarkable. Happy 33rd Birthday, .
the reliably dumb wants to turn banking services over to the us post office which didnt even offer overnight d
The reliably dumb wants to turn banking services over to the US Post Office, which didn’t even offer overnight delivery until the private company FedEx came along. What’s next? Turn airplane manufacturing over to the DMV?
the employee who flagged the kushner transactions tammy mcfadden worked in anti money laundering in s private
The employee who flagged the Kushner transactions, Tammy McFadden, worked in anti-money-laundering in @DeutscheBank 's private-banking unit. After voicing concerns, she said she was transferred to another division and then fired. She is speaking publicly for the first time.
hadnt realized till today that marc mukasey is repping eddie gallagher navy seal charged with murder mukasey a
Hadn’t realized till today that Marc Mukasey is repping Eddie Gallagher, Navy SEAL charged with murder - Mukasey also represents Trump in his fight involving congressional subpoenas of his banking records.
thousands of muslims who had made small investments with a halal non banking finance company are now hoping th
Thousands of Muslims who had made small investments with a “halal” non-banking finance company are now hoping the law-enforcers can retrieve their hard-earned money after the Ponzi scheme went bust last week