It’s not every day that a CEO and CFO talk about investing millions of dollars into a part of the business that doesn’t generate direct profits. But that’s exactly what we did when we took advantage of the recent U.S. tax reform to make a focused investment – half a billion dollars – into our …
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On the surface, financial inclusion appears to be a simple process; having access to a secure account that allows you to store and use money. But more than half of the world’s adult population still lacks this access, and those without accounts tend to be among the world’s poorest, living on just $2 a day. …
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Innovative Pop-Up Platform Provides Resource for U.N. Summit on Sustainable Development Goals New York, N.Y. – September 14, 2015 – With the world’s attention turning to the post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda later this month, the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth, in collaboration with News Deeply, today launched the Inclusion Hub, an innovative pop-up content portal …
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People in Thailand most likely to donate to charity followed by consumers in Vietnam, Hong Kong and Indonesia; Kiwis most likely to give significant individual donations; children’s health and education the most important cause in the region TWEET: #APAC’s emerging mkts more likely to give to #charity, while ppl in developed mkts give bigger individual …
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