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Through an Autochrome Eye

Arnold Genthe was born in Berlin in 1869. After earning a Ph.D. in classical philology, he moved to the United States in 1895. He worked as a tutor, but he really loved photography. 244 more words

1900s

J.P. Morgan Moves Investment Bankers Into Open Office Spaces

J.P. Morgan Chase is breaking barriers—literally. The bank is tearing down walls in many of its investment banking offices and instituting shared desks, an approach that has been popular in the tech industry for years, according to Reuters. 223 more words

Finance

TFU | Feb. 11-16

Leading Off

Twenty-two state AGs challenged the CFPB’s proposed fintech sandbox; the Senate Banking Committee is set to examine financial data collection; JPMorgan Chase introduced its own dollar-backed cryptocurrency; President Trump signed an EO setting aside federal funds for AI projects; IBM won a $700M five-year technology deal with Banco Santander; Ant confirmed its acquisition of WorldFirst; and U.K. 806 more words

Weekly Update

The ex-banker who gave a middle-finger salute to Arnab Goswami, tells NDTV's Vikram Chandra to stop inviting jingoistic demagogues from the ghats of Varanasi

The role of India’s TV news channels in providing a platform to the lunatic fringe to spout their unhinged bilge, post-2014, is worthy of a serious academic study. 396 more words

Churumuri

J.P. MORGAN’S TOP 3 BLOCKCHAIN STOCKS

While banks and large corporations have generally been skeptical towards blockchain, some of them have shown enthusiasm for a few applications of the emerging technology. One example is a banking giant, J.P.Morgan Chase. 1,028 more words

Cryptocurrency

A Serious Reader Is an Image of Man

A conventional English professor might have explained Charles Olson’s ideas about becoming “an image of man” so that we students could understand them with our minds. 193 more words

Ouch! That hurt!

Most of us who have invested in securities (stocks, bonds) this year have seen deep red splashed all over our portfolios. It’s been one harrowing ride after another, all this year. 863 more words

Mistakes