Flipkart, Axis Bank launch credit card

Flipkart Credit Card: Walmart-owned e-commerce marketplace Flipkart and Axis Bank have partnered to launch a co-branded credit card. Enabled by Mastercard, the credit card will be available to new-to-credit customers and help Flipkart reduce cash-on-delivery orders. The card will be available to select users in July and will be extended to all customers over the … Read moreFlipkart, Axis Bank launch credit card

"Alexa, How Do We Subvert Big Tech’s Orwellian Internet-of-Things Surveillance?"

Convenience is the sales pitch, but the real goal is control in service of maximizing profits and extending state power. When every device in your life is connected to the Internet (the Internet of Things), your refrigerator will schedule an oil change for your car–or something like that–and it will be amazingly wunnerful. You’ll be able to … Read more"Alexa, How Do We Subvert Big Tech’s Orwellian Internet-of-Things Surveillance?"

Epstein Sex Web Exposed, Trump Social Media Summit, Inflation Coming

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 392 7.12.19) Billionaire money manager Jeffery Epstein has been arrested for sex trafficking and other charges in New York this week. He reportedly catered to top world leaders, politicians and business executives on his private island, reportedly called “Orgy Island.” The case is way more than one billionaire’s lust for … Read moreEpstein Sex Web Exposed, Trump Social Media Summit, Inflation Coming

‘Indian e-comm rules regressive, Walmart told US’

Walmart told the US govt privately in January that India’s new investment rules for e-commerce were regressive and had the potential to hurt trade ties. Just months earlier, Walmart had invested $16 billion in Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart. Differences over e-commerce regulations have become one of the biggest issues in frayed trade ties between India … Read more‘Indian e-comm rules regressive, Walmart told US’

Colombian National Pleads Guilty to Operating an International Fentanyl Trafficking Organization from a Canadian Prison

A Colombian fentanyl trafficker, who was scheduled to go to trial on Oct. 1, 2019, pleaded guilty earlier today to drug trafficking and money laundering charges as the leader and organizer of an international continuing criminal enterprise while incarcerated in Quebec, Canada. The enterprise involved distributing fentanyl and other similar substances from Canada and China … Read moreColombian National Pleads Guilty to Operating an International Fentanyl Trafficking Organization from a Canadian Prison

Property Preservationist Pleads Guilty in $10 Million Dollar Fraud Scheme

Former East Greenwich, Rhode Island, businesswoman Monique N. Brady, 44, whose company, MNB, specialized in preserving the condition of foreclosed homes for resale, yesterday admitted to utilizing her business and business contacts, often times family members, friends, and business associates, to operate a $10.3 million dollar Ponzi scheme.   Please follow and like us:

U.S. Extradites Former Colombian Minister of Agriculture Convicted of Embezzlement and Illegal Government Contracting

The United States today extradited Andres Felipe Arias Leiva, who served as Colombia’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development from 2005 to 2009, to face a prison sentence in that country based on a 2014 conviction by the Supreme Court of Colombia for two offenses committed while Arias served in public office. Please follow and … Read moreU.S. Extradites Former Colombian Minister of Agriculture Convicted of Embezzlement and Illegal Government Contracting

Gosar: Congress Gifts Big Tech More Foreign Labor to Replace Americans

Rep. Paul Gosar is blasting the passage of a bill that will allow Indian nationals to monopolize the United States’ green card system, providing Silicon Valley’s tech elites with an endless flow of cheaper, foreign workers. This week, 140 House Republicans, 224 House Democrats, and Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) — led by Rep. Ken Buck … Read moreGosar: Congress Gifts Big Tech More Foreign Labor to Replace Americans

Gosar: Congress Gifts Big Tech More Foreign Labor to Replace Americans

published 2019-07-11 22:29:03 by John Binder Rep. Paul Gosar is blasting the passage of a bill that will allow Indian nationals to monopolize the United States’ green card system, providing Silicon Valley’s tech elites with an endless flow of cheaper, foreign workers. This week, 140 House Republicans, 224 House Democrats, and Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) … Read moreGosar: Congress Gifts Big Tech More Foreign Labor to Replace Americans

Walmart, Anthem, Boeing, et al: You Get What You Pay For

Multinational retailer Walmart recently announced that it will lay off almost 600 corporate employees. According to the Business Insider, the finance and accounting jobs will be outsourced to Genpact, described as a New-York based professional services firm. Genpact isn’t a household name. So, who are they? According to Wikipedia, Genpact originally was a business unit … Read moreWalmart, Anthem, Boeing, et al: You Get What You Pay For

India-born exec to head Audi India

Balbir Singh Dhillon, an industry veteran who has spent nearly 12 years in the Volkswagen group, will take charge of the company, replacing German born Rahil Ansari, who is moving to the group’s global headquarters in Germany, nearly six months ahead of the usually-stipulated three-year term. Dhillon is currently the head of dealer development of … Read moreIndia-born exec to head Audi India

Casio sues Snapdeal, e-sellers over fake products

Japanese consumer electronics giant Casio has sued online retailer Snapdeal and sellers on its platform for allegedly selling counterfeit versions of the brand’s products such as watches and calculators. As a result, the Tis Hazari court in the national capital has restrained Snapdeal and the other accused parties from selling, displaying and advertising goods bearing … Read moreCasio sues Snapdeal, e-sellers over fake products

Housing becomes less affordable, reveals RBI study

​​The study measures affordability by comparing the price to monthly income of average home loan borrowers. According to the report, the house price to income ratio increased from 56.1 in March 2015 to 61.5 in March 2019 for all cities. Another measure used is the loan to income ratio, which has increased from 3 in … Read moreHousing becomes less affordable, reveals RBI study

The RBA FOI On First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

The RBA just released a FOI relating to the Federal Government’s proposed First Home Loan Deposit Scheme. How many loans might be made? “the point of the estimates is that the various caps on the scheme (10,000 loan cap, income and house prices) are likely to be the binding constraint on the amount of loans … Read moreThe RBA FOI On First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

RBA flags ‘overhang effect’ of rising mortgage debt

Well, surprise, surprise, the RBA has realised that high mortgage debt reduces household consumption, according to new research they published. Yet they also note the positive economic impact of higher debt, and say the the overall impact is “unclear”! Well, the DFA surveys make it quite clear, many households are “full” of debt” and cannot … Read moreRBA flags ‘overhang effect’ of rising mortgage debt

Rivigo gets $65 million from SAIF, Warburg

Logistics startup Rivigo said it has raised $65 million (Rs 444 crore) from existing investors — private equity major Warburg Pincus and venture capital firm SAIF Partners. Both these investors had led Rivigo’s previous round of funding of $50 million in January last year. It said the company now aims to be profitable by the … Read moreRivigo gets $65 million from SAIF, Warburg