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WOMEN IN ICT: ACCELERATING THE PROGRESS OF BANGLADESH

The Turnaround ‘Why do you allow yourselves to be shut up?' 'Because it cannot be helped as they are stronger than women.' 'A lion is stronger than a man, but it does not enable him to dominate the human race. You have neglected the duty you owe to yourselves and you have lost

EU FINES MASTERCARD $650 MILLION FOR BREAKING COMPETITION LAWS

The European Commission has fined Mastercard 571 million euros, or around $650 million for anti-competitive behavior. Mastercard limited the possibility for merchants to benefit from better conditions offered by banks established elsewhere in the Single Market, in breach of EU antitrust rules. “European consumers use payment cards every day, when they buy food or

MEDIATECH COULD BE THE NEW FINTECH – THIS IS WHY

The mediatech revolution is well underway. It’s in our lounge rooms, bedrooms and on our way to and from work. We’re tuning into Spotify, playing Fortnite and watching Netflix into the wee hours like there’s no tomorrow. The term “mediatech” has been used for over a decade to label startups with

The way forward: rooting for our home-grown CBS

In the beginning of the last decade, banks in Bangladesh gradually started shifting from maintaining financial data in pages of manual ledgers to computer hard drives. The apparent ‘magic manager’ that helped them keeping together a mammoth and complex set of data amalgamation of banking ecosystem is the core banking

Service Providing Tech-Startups Hoping To Grow Into An Tk8 Thousand Crores Industry, As Promising And Innovative Companies Continue To Scale Up

Razia Begum, a native of Mymensingh, has been living in Dhaka for many years, working mainly in different houses as domestic help, or what is known as ‘chuta bua’. She still does the same work in 2018, but out of an office where she gets calls for work through a

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