Published May 10, 2018 Markets Motley Fool Facebook Twitter Comments Print Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is teaming up with investment banking giant Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) to develop and launch a new co-branded credit card next year, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. This would replace the tech giant's current partnership with Barclays (NYSE: BCS), and would be issued under the Apple Pay brand name. While this could certainly help Apple boost adoption of the Apple Pay platform, it could be a much bigger deal for Goldman Sachs. Until a couple of years ago, Goldman's consumer banking business was virtually nonexistent. Now it could be about to jump to the next level. Continue Reading Below The Apple Pay credit card According to reports, Apple is planning to ditch Barclays as its credit card co-branding partner in early 2019, in favor of a new credit card issued in partnership with Goldman Sachs. The card would be a co-branded product with a major … [Read more...] about The Real Winner in Apple’s New Credit Card Deal Might Surprise You
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Resize Text Print Article Comments To Your Health by Lindsey Bever by Lindsey Bever Email the author May 6 at 8:00 AM Email the author It was barely sunrise and Michael DeMasi Jr. was romping through the corridors at a children’s hospital in Philadelphia, balancing on a red line that was etched into the floor design and telling his mother to tie a balloon to him so he could “fly.” The 4-year-old boy fancied himself a real-life … [Read more...] about ‘I saved them because I’m a superhero!’: 4-year-old donates bone marrow to his baby brothers
Jeff Rose lays out his personal learning curve with the book publishing world. Jeff Rose Published 9:30 am, Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Network I Published a Book 5 Years Ago and I'm Still Getting Paid. Here's How to Take Your Book From an Idea to a Source of Passive Income. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery How does writing a book translate to real profits? The answer, according to Entrepreneur Network partner Jeff Rose, is taking the initial chance and treating your book like a product. However, taking your book idea and getting paid for it is not a simple task. Rose offers some tips to navigate the art of pitching your book idea to publishers, as well as personal stories about navigating the semantics of receiving … [Read more...] about I Published a Book 5 Years Ago and I’m Still Getting Paid. Here’s How to Take Your Book From an Idea to a Source of Passive Income.
"It was the really boring things like the fact that there was really good insulation and you could walk around indoors in your underwear even though it’s minus 20 outside that got me," he tells The Local, laughing. “So when people ask me if I’m a love refugee I say no… it’s insulation. And the other thing is I like the fact that there are seasons here. Ireland has not so much variation between winter and summer. I enjoy the seasons we have here that are very different.” Ryan was working for Greenpeace when he first came to Sweden as part of a six month project in 2007, and indeed has spent most of his adult life working NGOs. Though he had long wanted to go out on his own and run a business, he always found the prospect of compromising his morals to be tricky: “The only thing I could think of is that it’d be interesting to start a business that could use some of the ethical principles of non-profit, and in a way that both the consumer, … [Read more...] about ‘When people ask me if I’m a love refugee in Sweden I say no…it’s the insulation’
I’m taking a trip around the world that will have me travelling for many months on end as Business Insider’s International Correspondent. I wanted to bring only a carry-on suitcase and a backpack so I could travel lighter and avoid baggage fees on the numerous flights I’ll be taking. Most of the packing lists I found online were ridiculously minimalist. I couldn’t afford to be, with travel plans ranging from business meetings to hiking trips. Packing properly required a lot of planning to make sure all the travel essentials I need. As Business Insider’s International Correspondent, I’ll be spending the next three months travelling through Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, Singapore, and Russia. When I started planning my round-the-world trip, there was no shortage of packing liststo draw from. But most packing lists are laughably small. Minimalism is the dominant philosophy of travel bloggers everywhere. That wasn’t going to work for me. My … [Read more...] about I’m taking a trip around the world with only a carry-on suitcase — here’s everything I packed