We bring to you this week’s must reads, your weekly resource of some of the curated articles from around the web.
Millennials Are Destroying Banks, And It’s The Banks’ Fault
After the 2009 credit crunch there has been a transition in people’s way of spending and saving. Most of it is now contributed by millennials, the generation which knows what to buy and what not, keeping businesses which sell such frivolous products out of business. This generation has entirely different life goals, and yet, financial institutions have yet to respond with the kinds of products needed to satiate them. There has been no innovation in financial products offered by banks. That said, these banks are more concerned with improving investment and advising. Millennials today reek of innovation where as traditional banks do not.
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Stalking Your Friends With Facebook Messenger
Facebook made its messenger a vital platform other than Whatsapp to keep in touch with
Facebook contacts, whose number you don’t possess or old school friends or people you just met without need of exchanging numbers. There is another feature embedded in the app is to share location with every message sent which can be misused to stalk them. The extension can give you access to location within a meter’s accuracy.
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