Tag: Mastercard

Mastercard Foundation to spend $1.3 billion to vaccinate Africans against COVID-19

One of the world’s largest foundations will spend $1.3 billion over the next three years to acquire and deliver COVID-19 vaccines for more than 50...

Bharti Airtel sells its Tanzanian tower business for $175 million

Bharti Airtel has sold its Tanzanian tower operations for $175 million (Rs 1,313 crore) in a bid to focus on asset-light and core subscriber-facing operations,...

5 things to know about SBI’s and Axis Bank’s contactless payment devices

On Friday, Axis Bank launched a range of devices that allows its customers to make contactless payments. Last year, the State Bank of India (SBI)...

Tesla Helps Push Bitcoin Price to New High

Bitcoin is also receiving a boost from new support from MasterCard and Bank of New York Mellon. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed...

Global litigation financiers plan India entry to target company disputes

MUMBAI: They punt on winning big court cases, investing litigation costs upfront while the payoff is the court financial award. They put money into legal...

How Indian companies are grooming the digital savvy leaders of tomorrow

Mumbai: Nithin Kamath, the founder-CEO of discount broking firm Zerodha, says he is still learning the ropes of leadership. That said, the 40-year-old seems to...

Covid-19 ushering in an era of secure and convenient digital banking

With the outbreak of covid-19, social distancing is the new normal. The anxiety of the pandemic is pushing people to limit their time outdoors, making...

In German tech giant Wirecard’s fall, charges of lies, spies and missing billions

By Liz Alderman and Christopher F. Schuetze In the elite corridors of corporate Germany, Markus Braun had become a legend. A little-known entrepreneur until just...

‘Digital payments saw monumental revolution in the wake of covid-19’

How much of a change do you think covid-19 has brought about in how people transact? There’s no denying that covid-19 has changed the way...