Helping people with mental health problems was on the agenda for developers attending the UK Financial Conduct Authority's latest TechSprint app development challenge earlier this month.
The robots are coming, so says Nordea, which has already 'hired' a host of 'virtual employees' to take on repetitive tasks and is planning to introduce smarter, AI-based colleagues in the near future.
Commodities trading house Trafigura and French bank Natixis are working with IBM to test the use of blockchain technology for settling US crude oil transactions.
While Bloomberg continued to command the lion's share of financial market spending on data, analysis and news in 2016, the firm saw its terminal user base shrink for only the second time in its 36-year history.
As the new 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation, a survey shows that a third of Brits think that cash will be obsolete within just three years.
The US Supreme Court has refused to revive a $5.7 billion class action settlement between millions of retailers and Visa and MasterCard over interchange fees.