Joshua Aaron, the US fugitive suspected of carrying out the largest ever cyber attack on Wall Street, has returned to the US to face trial after hiding out in Russia for more than 18 months.
US financial services giant Fidelity Investments is dabbling in virtual reality, exploring how the technology could help firms visualise employee savings and build retirement plans.
Standard Chartered and Fidelity have helped whittled down a list of 200 startup applicants to just eight finalists who will participate in the second SuperCharger Fintech Accelerator programme in Hong Kong.
Fidelity today released new details on its next-generation “total advisor” technology platform, designed to help registered investment advisors, broker-dealers, banks and family offices digitize their businesses.
Venture capitalists have invested more than $200m in UK tech startups in the month following the controversial Brexit vote, allaying fears that London's growing tech sector would be one of the first casualties of the withdrawal from the European Union.
If you want your customers to embrace a new service, include them in its development. That’s the thinking behind FidelityConnect, a new website for the more than 5,000 retirement advisors and consultants who manage workplace plans with Fidelity.
Student loan debt has become one of the biggest problems for American society at $1.3 trillion, affecting 40 million Americans, and it is on track to double by 20252.
Two Israeli men accused of orchestrating a series of hacks on the computers of several US financial institutions as part of an elaborate stock manipulation scheme have pleaded 'not guilty' as they face trial in a Manhattan court
Fidelity Investments today launched a new brokerage app for iPhone and Android, which offers a first-of-its-kind customized Feed that delivers news and market information based on what a user owns, has on their watch list, has recently researched, or has chosen from a menu of nearly 30 investing topics.
Knowing exactly where all of your most important documents are located can be critically important in the event of an emergency, and yet according to a recent survey of Fidelity Investments’ customers, less than half (41 percent) of respondents know where all of their family’s most important documents are stored.
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