Ahmed Nasir

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Why Mobile Payments Are Poised For Takeoff

Consumers are beginning to see the advantage of channeling offline payments through their mobile devices, rather than carrying around clunky coins and cash — even debit and credit cards. Consumers are primed to go wallet-free and begin paying for goods and services via their mobile devices, and as …

FinTech

Best of May 2013

How To Be An Optimist: 10 Habits That'll Help You Look On The Bright Side

It pays to have a sunny disposition.<p>Optimistic people have been shown to have healthier hearts, better stress-management tendencies and lower risk for stroke compared to their glass-half-empty-seeing counterparts.<p>Looking on the bright side is easier said than done, of course. Fortunately, there are …

5 Technological Breakthroughs Your Website Redesign Must Have - Small Business Trends

Advancement in design and programming technology makes for a perfect storm: Now is the best time to redo your website.<p>Technology breakthroughs are …

Top 10 transferable retail skills

By <b>Jez Styles</b><b>,</b> <b>AdMore Recruitment</b><b>– Specialists in Retail and Hospitality Recruitment, Search & Selection, Talent Management and Career Development.</b><p>The …

The Week Ahead: Should You Listen To The Fed Whisperers?

The world markets had the widest ranges last week that we have seen in quite a while. An increase in volatility is often seen prior to a more extended correction. It was a plus that the major averages, especially the stock index futures, closed last week above the prior week’s lows.<p>Many of the …

Dear High School Graduate: Everything You've Been Told Is False

When I graduated from Omaha Creighton Prep High School back in 1977, my fellow grads and I entered a benign, forgiving, if U.S.-hegemonic, economic order where one could find paid work — albeit of a blue collar variety — just by completing high school. A world where even a C student was guaranteed …