Episodes by Category: Economics

EPISODE # 17

Sep 12, 2013

Fee or Free

With interest rates remaining low and traditional fee income such as debit card and overdraft fees impacted by recent government regulations, banks and credit unions are increasingly looking for new… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 15

Aug 29, 2013

With Data, Size does Matter

As Steve Jobs famously said “Some people say give customers what they want, but that’s not my approach. My job is to figure out what they are going to want… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 14

Aug 22, 2013

Can Banks Afford their Customers?

Typically, banks make their money off the top 20% of customers and lose money on the bottom 20%. Identifying customers that will help maximize their profits has become the mission… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 13

Aug 15, 2013

The Underbanked don't need Banks

Do the underbanked really need bank accounts anymore? With the introduction of mobile financial options, more and more people are opting out of traditional bank accounts and turning to the… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 12

Aug 01, 2013

Money Can Buy Happiness...

It is an old cliche that is proving to be untrue. But the trick to money buying happiness may not lie in how much money we have, but in how… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 10

Jul 18, 2013

Designing Goodbank

After the banking crisis of 2008 and the lingering effects on the economy, people have felt a mistrust in their banks and communities. Many have put even more trust in… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 6

Jun 06, 2013

Is Bitcoin the Beginning of the End of Cash?

For more than 2,000 years commerce has been conducted on the basis of cash, hard cold currency. Today, however, 90% of global transactions are done electronically, and while cash use… LEARN MORE

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