A US district court judge has thrown out a lawsuit brought against Barclays and a number of US exchanges that accused the bank of rigging its dark pool in favour of high frequency traders (HFTs).
Data released by Barclaycard today shows that contactless spending has more than trebled in the last 12 months.
Australia's bid to develop a fintech sector has taken a step forward with the opening of a new incubator in Sydney
Wall Street and City firms now have a new tool to help them sift through thousands of job applications: a virtual trading platform that uses social gaming, psychology and machine learning techniques to test candidates' mettle.
Barclays has today announced that Parkonomy, the new way to find parking online, will be offering Pingit as a payment method for its service.
Taiwan's CTBC Bank has launched a pilot version of an ATM that uses both facial recognition and finger-vein scanning to verify identity.
Barclays Bank is looking to help customers find the best package from a bamboozling array of TV and broadband bundles on the market with a new Internet banking service.
While other banks try to emulate the dress-down culture of the tech startup sector, Barclays is going in the reverse direction, banning jeans, t-shirts, trainers and flip-flops at its head office.
Barclays and Techstars have this week opened the application process for the third cohort of their prestigious Accelerator programme in London, which will give a further ten businesses the chance to shape the future of financial services.
Barclays Africa Group Ltd (Barclays Africa) today launched the Barclays Africa Supply Chain Challenge, the first of several initiatives being driven into Africa with the aims of sparking ideas to drive the digital evolution on the continent.
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