Uber plans to expand to 100 more Chinese cities over the course of 2016, said the company’s chief executive Travis Kalanick on Tuesday. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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8th September 2015
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Uber plans to expand to 100 more Chinese cities over the course of 2016, said the company’s chief executive Travis Kalanick on Tuesday.

Uber raises $1.2 billion for China expansion
 
New Products & Technology

The Royal Bank of Scotland will follow in the footsteps of its two Scottish rivals and the Bank of England by switching from paper to polymer banknotes.

RBS to issue polymer banknotes in 2016
 
M&A

The Royal Mail is moving closer towards the digital world by obtaining a stake in Market Engine Global Pty Limited, an Australian e-commerce company that helps businesses improve their online marketplaces.

Royal mail purchases stake in e-commerce company
 
Insights & Analysis

That is the question causing consternation amongst financial institutions, with some industry experts suggesting they are afraid of disruptive innovation, which could “cannibalise” their business.

Are banks innovating purely for short-term gain?
 

Apple Pay will boost awareness of contactless payments so much that the number of mobile wallets using contactless technology is expected to reach 200 million by the end of 2016, the latest study by Juniper Research claims.

Apple Pay will drive 100% growth of contactless payments by 2017
 

In today’s society, we pay for items using incredibly innovative technology, but this has only been happening in the past few years. Go back in time with this infographic, in which you’ll discover how people paid for goods and services throughout the ages.

The complete history of money and payments (Infographic)
 
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