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Net neutrality advocates testified before Congress on the FCC’s dismantling of the 2015 Open Internet Order

Net neutrality advocates testified before House lawmakers yesterday on the FCC’s dismantling of the 2015 Open Internet Order in June.

The FCA’s fintech sandbox is already delivering value

Since the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) launched its regulatory sandbox in 2016, 89 companies have been accepted to test their products and services. Now, a newly released report by Deloitte and Innovate Finance has found that companies that have been in, or are still journeying through, the FCA’s sandbox believe it has delivered real value.

Coinbase has introduced a new feature to lure investors to cryptos

US-based cryptocurrency exchange operator Coinbase has announced it will add a new feature, dubbed Coinbase Bundles, that will allow users to purchase a weighted basket of the five cryptos it lists — Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Ethereum Classic.

Crypto exchanges are expanding their services

The crypto industry has taken some hits since the beginning of 2018, with Bitcoin’s price dropping over 60% earlier this year and initial coin offerings (ICOs) experiencing slowing activity.

Retailers are adapting to chase millennials and Gen Z

Large retailers are trying to retool their presentation and sales methods to become more appealing to both millennial and Generation Z shoppers.

We tried Cleo, the UK personal finance management chatbot that’s currently growing rapidly in the US – here’s our verdict

UK-based Cleo, an AI-powered personal finance management chatbot with 120,000 users in its home market, entered the US in late February

BI Intelligence is hiring a Content Marketing Producer

BI Intelligence hiring Content Marketing Producer

Ocado strikes deal with Canadian grocer

Ocado, a UK-based online grocer that specializes in technology, has partnered with Sobeys, a Canadian grocer that operates over 1,500 stores.

Here’s why compensation claims may hinder banks’ innovation

The UK's big banks began selling payment protection insurance - a product designed to cover customers' loan payments if they fell ill or became unemployed