21 Percent European Businesses Unaware of Single Euro Payments Area Direct Debit: Report by Steria, and Edgar Dunn & Company
A study jointly conducted by Steria and Edgar, Dunn & Company states that one in five European businesses is unaware of the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) direct debits.
Top CEOs Agree on Higher Tax Rates for the Top Tier U.S. Earners
In a meeting session with U.S. president Barack Obama, Chief Executives of 14 top firms, offered their help to resolve the U.S. fiscal cliff issues with an approach to charge higher tax for wealthy Americans.
Eurozone and International Monetary Fund Reached an Agreement to Reduce Greek Debt
Eurozone have reached an agreement with International Monetary Fund (IMF) on a program to reduce Greek debt by providing the much needed bail loan.
Total Services Systems Inc. Finalizes Multi-year Master Services Agreement with Bank of America
Total Services Systems Inc. (TSYS) has finalized a master services agreement with Bank of America (BOA) for a minimum of six years.
U.K. On Its way towards Recovery: OECD
According to a latest research, U.K. is finally on the verge of long lasting economic recovery after going through a bad phase of recession.
U.S. Consumers Trust Banks over Google and PayPal as Primary Providers of Mobile Wallets
As per a survey of 6,000 U.S. online consumers, conducted by AlixPartners, consumers are showing increasing interest in digital wallet products.
European Creditors Demands More Ambitious Than Economic Reform, Says Eurasia Group Analyst
European creditor countries demand 38 changes in Greek tax, spending and wage policies by month end.
Ed Balls Calls For Tax Cuts to Stimulate the British Economy
Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls says that tax cuts may be needed from the government to stimulate the British economy in the aftermath of the recession.
Inflation in U.K. To Decline
Inflation in the U.K. will decline as per a survey of 36 Economists. They note that consumer prices index has gone up 3.6 percent year-on-year in January in comparison to a 4.2 percent hike a month before.
Moody's Warns on Cutting Triple-A Ratings of France, Britain, and Austria
U.S. rating agency, Moody's, warns on cutting the triple-A ratings of France, Britain and Austria.