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Exclusive: India's Sahara uses small savers to keep hill resort afloat

Date: Sat, 30. January 2016 19:04:46
By Sumeet Chatterjee MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's embattled Sahara conglomerate has been funneling cash from small savers to fund one of its biggest projects, a luxury resort south of Mumbai, according to documents Reuters reviewed. Sahara has ploughed at least 15 billion Indian rupees ($221 million) from two of its credit cooperatives into the Aamby Valley resort project through investments in preference shares, according to documents filed with India's companies regulator. It is doing so as some investors in its credit cooperatives complain they have struggled to get Sahara to pay out their matured time deposits - even for sums as low as 30,000 rupees ($448.83).. The credit cooperatives investments into Aamby Valley are not illegal.

How To Protect Yourself From Credit Card Fraud In Wake Of Target Breach

Date: Thu, 19. December 2013 14:27:00
Target has disclosed that 40 million customer credit and debit cards may have been compromised in a data breach.  That means that criminals may have access to customer's names, credit card numbers, expiration dates and the 3-digit security codes. In a statement, Target has confirmed that it is "aware of unauthorized access to payment card data that may have impacted certain guests making credit and debit card purchases in its U.S. stores."

Cybercriminals can take a class on stealing credit cards

Date: Wed, 19. July 2017 14:30:43
Your credit card information is valuable, and for criminals who want to learn how to find and use it -- there's a class for that. One six-week program, taught in Russian, includes lectures on finding legitimate credit card data for sale and hacking into PayPal accounts.

Hollywood Had Questions. Apple Didn?t Answer Them.

Date: Tue, 26. March 2019 22:58:11
The event at the Steve Jobs Theater was heavy on star power and light on specifics. The Los Angeles crowd buzzed more about a new credit card than anything else.

Wind energy firms cheer U.S. Senate tax bill for keeping tax credit

Date: Fri, 10. November 2017 13:21:34
The Senate plan brought relief to an industry that has spent the last week warning lawmakers on Capitol Hill that changes to the credit would put $50 billion in planned investment at risk. MidAmerican Energy said on Thursday that if the bill passed as the House proposed, the Berkshire Hathaway Inc unit could be forced to cancel $4.3 billion of wind investments in Iowa, affecting 400 jobs and prompting the loss of $10 million a year in property tax and landowner payments.

LinkedIn post 1Q loss as execs focus on long term

Date: Thu, 1. May 2014 18:54:37
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? LinkedIn began the year with its largest quarterly loss since going public as the online professional networking service ramped up its investments in projects aimed at attracting more users on the lookout for better jobs and career advice.

Do this instead of getting a loan to pay off your credit card

Date: Thu, 3. March 2016 03:05:17
Taking out a loan to pay off your credit card can be risky. There are other alternatives for paying off credit card debt.

Attention shoppers: Another credit card fee is here

Date: Sat, 26. January 2013 18:57:04
It could soon cost you more to shop with a credit card at some stores. Starting Sunday, merchants who accept credit cards issued by Visa and MasterCard will be allowed to add a 4 percent service charge to the purchase price.

Delta's New American Express Credit Card Offers Include Up to 100,000 Bonus Miles

Date: Tue, 4. February 2020 01:06:31
The Delta SkyMiles American Express Card is back and better than ever for frequent travelers.

Apple co-founder says Apple Card algorithm gave wife lower credit limit

Date: Mon, 11. November 2019 01:10:00
Apple Inc co-founder Steve Wozniak joined in the online debate accusing the algorithm behind the iPhone maker's credit card of discriminating by gender, deepening the scrutiny surrounding the newly launched Apple Card. The criticism started on Thursday, after entrepreneur David Heinemeier Hansson railed against the Apple Card in a series of tweets, saying it gave him 20 times the credit limit that his wife received. Hansson, who is the creator of web-application framework Ruby on Rails, did not disclose any specific income-related information for himself or his wife but tweeted that they filed joint tax returns and that his wife had a better credit score.

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