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Jessica Furseth

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Jessica Furseth is a freelance journalist in London, writing about technology, culture, and how the internet is changing the way we live.

There’s a world of information available about companies on the internet - but how to make sense of it all? There’s a lot of...

It’s never been easier to shop online - not only can you buy pretty much anything you want, but the process of doing so...

It’s no longer necessary to switch between apps to transfer international funds using TransferWise - it can be done directly within Facebook. In February,...

More than half of all banking customers are using at least one fintech startup, a large study by CapGemini has found. In its World...

“What does a good bank feel like?” That’s the first word from Tandem Bank, the latest hot contender on the UK challenger bank scene....

Plane tickets and hotels aren’t the only things that cost money when travelling abroad - it can be surprisingly expensive to access your own...

A local currency starts out as a local initiative - hence the name - but that doesn’t mean it has to stay like that....

Big Data is piling up - so how can businesses make best use of this resource? CustomerMatrix believes the solution is a Big Brain,...

Get’em while they’re young - that’s the ETFmatic way. The robo adviser charges just 0.5% to run its general ETF portfolios, but for children,...

For a long time I found the prospect of a brand new kind of bank intriguing - but not so much that it convinced...

Small businesses often don’t need that big a cash injection to get to the next level of growth - but they often need it...

Revolut has been seeing over 2000 people sign up to its service every day, says founder and CEO Nikolay Storonsky. On the day we spoke,...

eToro wants to bring the walls down on the wealth management sector. “We want people to manage their money better. We want people to...

Money has always been changeable - a stroll through the British Museum will leave no doubt about that. The British Museum has over a...

The ideal password is both convenient and secure - but is it possible? Right now it’s usually a trade-off: it’s either quick and easy...

The Brixton Pound has just turned seven years old, making it one of the most successful local currencies in the world. Maybe you’ve seen...

There have never been more freelancers in the UK than there are right now. 16% of us are currently working for ourselves, according to...

New York fintech holds its own against any other startup scene, no doubt about it - but even New Yorkers will admit that London...

“You’re not a loan with us,” reads a poster in the CommonBond kitchen - it’s a pun, see? This fintech startup is very much...

It’s ok, you can say “robo-adviser” in the Betterment office now - they’ve accepted it. “We used to hate the term robo-adviser, but now...

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