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TransferWise launches international money transfers via Facebook

The Facebook logo is displayed on their website in an illustration photo taken in Bordeaux, France, February 1, 2017. Regis Duvignau

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Money transfer company TransferWise has launched a new service that allows users to send money internationally through Facebook Inc’s chat application, as competition in the digital payments landscape intensifies.

The London-based startup said on Tuesday that it had developed a Facebook Messenger “chatbot”, or an automated program that can help users communicate with businesses and carry out tasks such as online purchases.

TransferWise’s chatbot enables customers to send money to friends and family to and from the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia and Europe from Facebook Messenger. It can also be used to set up exchange rate alerts.

Facebook already allows its users to send money domestically in the United States via its Messenger app, but has not yet launched similar services internationally. TransferWise said its service will be the first to enable international money transfers entirely within Messenger.

Facebook opened up its Messenger app to developers to create chatbots in April in a bid to expand its reach in customer service and enterprise transactions.

Chatbots have become a hot topic in enterprise technology over the past year because recent advances in artificial intelligence have made them better at interacting. Businesses, including banks, are hoping that they can be used to improve and reduce the cost of their customer service operations.

One of Europe’s most well-known fintech companies, TransferWise was launched in 2011 by Estonian friends Taavet Hinrikus and Kristo Käärmann out of frustration with the high fees they were being charged by banks for international money transfers.

The company, which is valued at more than $1 billion, is backed by several high profile investors including Silicon Valley venture fund Andreessen Horowitz, Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson, and PayPal co-founders Max Levchin and Peter Thiel, through his fund Valar Ventures.

Customers in more than 50 countries send roughly $1 billion through its website every month.

While the TransferWise chatbot is now only available in Facebook Messenger it can be adapted to work with other popular chat services, Scott Miller, head of global partnerships for TransferWise said. He said the service would eventually be extended to work in other countries and money transfer routes that the company operates in.

The launch comes as competition in the mobile payments and international money transfer sectors intensifies. Earlier this month PayPal Holdings Inc announced its U.S. payments application Venmo would be available within popular chat service Slack.

While in January. Ant Financial Services, an affiliate of Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, said it would acquire U.S. money-transfer company MoneyGram, in a deal that is expected to shake up the international payments landscape.

Reporting by Anna Irrera; Editing by Sandra Maler





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Samantha graduated from UCT with a BSc Physiotherapy in 1992 and has been in private practice since 1994 initially at Constantiaberg Medi Clinic in Cape Town. She then spent a year in private practice in Johannesburg where she completed the OMT1 course. Sam returned to Cape Town and Constantiaberg Medi-Clinic in 1996. This practice grew and developed into Constantia Sports Medicine Centre and was a predominantly orthopaedic and sports injury based practice incorporating a Sports Physician and Biokinetics Practice.
In 2004 Sam moved to Johannesburg and joined Physios in Touch in Rivonia where she was an associate until January 2013. Sam practices from the Cramerview rooms and has a special interest in orthopaedics, sport and women’s health
Sam is the Course Coordinator for the SPT1 Course in Johannesburg and is involved in post-grad lecturing for OMT1 and privately.
Sam is married to Stewart and has 2 beautiful daughters, Jozi Lynne and Mia Rose.

Bryan obtained his BSc Physiotherapy at Wits University in 1969. He married in 1970 and went to live in London where he worked at St Mary’s Paddington for 2 years. On his return to South Africa, he joined a large Physio Practice in Johannesburg. In 1985 he set up a solo practice and moved to Sandton Medpark. During those years he joined Civil Defence with Dr John Boden and helped organise the First Aid programme at St Stithians College. The Rugby Festival was held at St Stithians for 10 years and he was active with first aid and treatment of injuries.
He has also helped the Sandton Medi-clinic with their ante-natal programme.
He has been married for 43 years, has two sons. a daughter-in-law, a grandson and a granddaughter.
He joined Physiodynamix in March 2013.

Maria qualified with a BSc Physio from Stellenbosch University in 2002. After a year of community service in northern KZN, Maria moved to the greater Johannesburg area. Over the next 6 years she worked in Krugersdorp, Norwood and Randburg, before then joining a private practice in Rivonia as an associate for just over three years.
During this time Maria developed special interests in orthopaedics, spinal and sports injuries as well as pain management. Having completed her Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy Course (OMT1 course) in 2007, she has subsequently assisted and lectured on OMT1 courses, and assisted on sports physiotherapy courses (SPT1). More recently Maria has completed a number of modules in the National Pain Management Course, and is a registered PGAP (Progressive Goal Attainment Program) provider.
Maria Botma is currently working in an out-patient setting at the Physiodynamix rooms in Bryanston.

Georgie qualified in 2008 with a BSc(Hon) Physiotherapy from Wits University. She spent a valuable year working at Baragwanath hospital in 2009 for her community service year. She moved to the private sector in 2010 and began working at Ian Hacker’s sports practice at Wanderers which involved working closely with the Wanderers Rugby team. She moved to Physios in Touch in 2011 and began working in Orthopaedics at Sandton Medi Clinic. She has worked in trauma and burns ICU at Milpark hospital as well.
She completed her OMPTG course in 2011 and is currently supervising on the 2013 course this year.
She still works in Orthopaedics at Sandton Medi clinic each morning and at the Physiodynamix Cramerview outpatient practice in the afternoon.
Her areas of interest include sports injuries, post-operative treatment and rehabilitation, back and neck pain, and pain management.
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Premilla qualifyed in 1980 with a BSc Physio from UKZN. She then worked at King Edward VIII General Hospital as a Physiotherapist and assumed a Junior Lecturers position at UKZN in 1982, lecturing in Paediatrics, Post Natal care and Surgery.
She completed her NDT course at Stellenbosch University in 1984.
Premilla married in 1985 and relocated to Johannesburg where she took up a Senior Physiotherapist position at Leslie Williams mining hospital on the West Rand. Premilla worked in her own private practice from 1989 until 2009 at LenMed Clinic in the South of Johannesburg.
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Keryn graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2008 and worked in the Government clinics for a year of community service. This instilled a passion for community work and she now lectures for WITS in the Public Health section of the Physiotherapy Department.
In the last two years she has worked in a Sports practice in Fourways and an orthopaedics practice in Parkwood. Weekends were taken up with ICU work at the Netcare Olivedale hospital.
From 2011 Keryn works at the rooms in Rivonia and at Fourways Life Maternity unit. Mornings are taken up with Equine Physiotherapy and she works with notable race horse trainers as well as showjumpers and dressage horses. Keryn is also currently doing the OMT1 Course this year.
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Merinda qualified in 2002 from the University of Pretoria as a Physiotherapist. She practiced in Cape Town at Wynberg Military Hospital until 2006, worked at Stellenbosch University in 2007 and has been working in private practice in Rivonia, Johannesburg since September 2007.
Merinda is currently doing her Masters in Physiotherapy through WITS University. Her interests are post-natal care and education, the treatment of children with developmental delays and the treatment of neck and back pain.

Fiona studied at Stellenbosch University, graduating in 2009 with a BSc Physio. While at University she was involved with the Cape Argus for 3 years, Maties and Durbanville Rugby clubs and the Cape Epic.

Fiona did her Community Service year in Vereeniging’s District hospital, managing the running of the Physiotherapy Department and working within the multi-disciplinary team.

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7-Eleven. Volkswagen cases show why we should push back on ‘corporate ethics’

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Chairman and major shareholder of 7-Eleven Russ Withers sits in a Senate Committee hearing in Melbourne. Julian Smith/AAP

There is perhaps no phrase more hackneyed in the corporate world than: “good ethics is good business”. Against the image of the ruthless business baron who will stop at nothing in the pursuit of wealth and power, the slogan tells us there is no friction between being good and being successful.

As luck should have it (for corporations that is) it is argued organisations can stand up and be righteous about their do-gooding, and this will actually lead to the achievement of self-interested business results. The cake can be had and eaten.

But does this ethical catch phrase really hold sway in the corporate world? Events this September suggest not.

The month of the corporate scandal

September 2015 was mired in corporate scandal. German car manufacturer Volkswagen was raked over the coals for installing software in its cars that ensured it falsely passed emission tests. Eleven million cars were involved over a period of seven years. VW’s CEO Martin Winterkorn resigned over the affair and now faces possible criminal charges .

American corporation Turing Pharmaceuticals was publicly vilified for its predatory pricing when it raised the price of the drug Daraprim by 4000%. This is a drug used to treat infections associated with HIV and AIDS. Turing’s CEO Martin Shkreli was described by the Washington Post as “the most hated man in America”.

In Australia trouble arrived at convenience store chain 7-Eleven when the ABC’s documentary series Four Corners revealed its use of exploitative and illegal work practices to reduce its labour costs. Employees were being paid less than half the legal minimum wage. Young and foreign workers were especially targeted. The scandal saw the resignations of 7-Eleven’s chairman Russ Withers, and its CEO Warren Wilmot.

Bad ethics is good business

Each of these scandals has been scrutinised in terms of business ethics. We are not talking here about contentious and nuanced debates about the nature of morality. In these cases the ethical issues relate to cheating, lying, deception, law breaking, exploitation, and merciless profiteering. As far as any common understanding of ethics is concerned these things are on the far side of the thick and grey line that separates right from wrong.

What do these cases have in common? Each one suggests there was an ethos in place in these corporations that held that “bad ethics is good business”. Seven years of highly orchestrated cheating at VW meant increased sales. In 2009 VW became the world’s biggest car manufacturer .

Institutionalised wage fraud and labour exploitation at 7-Eleven kept store costs down, increasing profits both for franchisees and (especially) for the parent company. 7-Eleven has twice been names Australia’s “franchisor of the year”. Price gouging at Turing meant a drug listed on The World Health Organization’s essential medicines list could bolster the company’s profits by exploiting the sick and vulnerable.

Just don’t get caught

The “bad ethics is good business” approach was going well for these businesses until they got caught. These three cases have triggered debates still raging in all sectors of society. Heads have rolled and bottom lines are jeopardised.

Does this really confirm that “bad ethics is bad business”? Of course not. There is no doubt many other corporations are profiting handsomely from deceit, lies, fraud and exploitation. The scandals of September 2015 show that “bad ethics is good business … unless you get caught”.

It’s not just about not getting caught. It is also about the political, legal, social and economic implications of being found out. In the cases of VW, 7-Eleven and Turing there has been a massive public and media outcry about their reprehensible and selfish behaviour.

Bringing these corporations to justice was not the work of one heroic individual, nor the result of government action. It was a collective effort that involved NGOs, scientists, academics, politicians, the media and the general public. This was a victory of civil society and democratic dissent.

So, we can reformulate our proposal: “Bad ethics is good business … unless you get caught … and as long as you aren’t the subject of a public outcry”.

Democratic business ethics

When corporations speak of business ethics their idea is that they can keep it all in house. The ethics of business is largely seen as a matter of corporate self-regulation so that pesky outsiders won’t stick their noses into corporate affairs. The September scandals suggest an entirely different ethics.

If we want ethics in business, what we need is more corporations being caught and more public outcry. For business ethics to be effective they must be pushed onto corporations against their will. Business ethics is democratic, not corporate.

What we can learn from the business events of September is that ethics cannot be left to corporations themselves. Business ethics requires a vigilant democracy where the public and its institutions will hold corporations to account for their actions.

Business ethics, to borrow a phrase, is about keeping the bastards honest.





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Stock Market Reporting

One of the primary tools for reporting stock market activity is the ticker tape. You’ve seen them on business programs or financial news networks: a flashing series of baffling letters, arrows and numbers scrolling along the bottom of your TV screen. (For a short history of the letters, read The Evolution Of Ticker Symbols and Wall Street History: Windows 1.0 And Ticker- Tape Parades .)

While many people simply block out the ticker tape. others use it to stay on top of market sentiment and track the activity of certain stocks. But what exactly is that cryptic script reeling by? It obviously tells us something about stocks and the markets, but how does one understand the ticker tape and use it to his or her advantage?

Brief History
Firstly, a tick is any movement, up or down, however small, in the price of a security. Hence, a ticker tape automatically records each transaction that occurs on the exchange floor, including trading volume. onto a narrow strip of paper, or tape.

The first ticker tape was developed in 1867, following the advent of the telegraph machine, which allowed for information to be printed in easy-to-read scripts. During the late 19 th century, most brokers who traded at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) kept an office near it to ensure they were getting a steady supply of the tape and thus the most recent transaction figures of stocks. These latest quotes were delivered by messengers, or “pad shovers,” who ran a circuit between the trading floor and brokers’ offices. The shorter the distance between the trading floor and the brokerage, the more up-to-date the quotes were.

Ticker-tape machines introduced in 1930 and 1964 were twice as fast as their predecessors, but they still had about a 15-20 minute delay between the time of a transaction and the time it was recorded. It wasn’t until 1996 that a real-time electronic ticker was launched. It is these up-to-the-minute transaction figures – namely price and volume – that we see today on TV news shows, financial wires and websites. And while the actual tape has been done away with, it has retained the name. (See How Has The Stock Market C hanged? to learn more about the evolution of trading.)

Due to the nature of the markets, investors from all corners of the globe are trading a variety of stocks in different lots and blocks at any given time. Therefore what you see one minute on a ticker could change the next, particularly for those stocks with high trading volume, and it could be some time before you see your ticker symbol appear again with the latest trading activity.

Reading the Ticker Tape
Here’s an example of a quote shown on a typical ticker tape:

Throughout the trading day, these quotes will continually scroll across the screen of financial channels or wires, showing current, or slightly delayed, data. In most cases the ticker will quote only stocks of one exchange, but it is common to see the numbers of two exchanges scrolling across the screen.

You can tell where a stock trades by looking at the number of letters in the stock symbol. If the symbol has three letters, the stock likely trades on the NYSE or American Stock Exchange (AMEX). A four-letter symbol indicates the stock likely trades on the Nasdaq. Some Nasdaq stocks have five letters, which usually means the stock is foreign. This is designated by an ‘F’ or ‘Y’ at the end of the stock symbol. To learn more, see Why do some stock symbols have three letters while others have four?

On many tickers, colors are also used to indicate how the stock is trading. Here is the color scheme most TV networks use:

Green indicates the stock is trading higher than the previous day\’s close.
Red indicates the stock is trading lower than the previous day\’s close.
Blue or white means the stock is unchanged from the previous closing price.

Before 2001, stocks were quoted as a fraction, but with the emergence of decimalization all stocks on the NYSE and Nasdaq trade as decimals. The advantage to investors and traders is that decimalization allows investors to enter orders to the penny (as opposed to fractions like 1/16).

Which Quotes Get Priority?
There are literally millions of trades executed on more than 10,000 different stocks each and every day. As you can imagine, it’s impossible to report every single trade on the ticker tape. Quotes are selected according to several factors, including the stocks’ volume, price change, how widely they are held and if there is significant news surrounding the companies.

For example, a stock that trades 10 million shares a day will appear more times on the ticker tape than a small stock that trades 50,000 shares a day. Or if a smaller company not usually featured on the ticker has some ground-breaking news, it will likely be added to the ticker. The only times the quotes are shown in predetermined order are before the trading day starts and after it has finished. At those times, the ticker simply displays the last quote for all stocks in alphabetical order.

Constantly watching a ticker tape is not the best way to stay informed about the markets, but many believe it can provide some insight. Tick indicators are used to easily identify those stocks whose last trade was either an uptick or a downtick. This is used as an indicator of market sentiment for determining the market’s trend.

So next time you’re watching TV or surfing a website with a ticker, you’ll understand what all those numbers and symbols scrolling across your screen really mean. Just remember that it can be near impossible to see the exact price and volume at the precise moment it is being traded. Think of a ticker tape as providing you with a general picture of a stock’s “current” activity.

Stock tables are another source of stock market reporting. Open any financial paper and you will see stock quotes that look something like the image below. In this section, we’ll explain how to make sense of these tables so that you can use the information to your advantage.

Let’s take a look at the stock/quotes table:

Columns 1 2: 52-Week High and Low. These are the highest and lowest prices at which a stock has traded over the past 52 weeks (one year). This typically does not include the previous day’s trading.

Column 3: Company Name and Type of Stock. This column lists the name of the company. If there are no special symbols or letters following the name, it is common stoc k. Different symbols imply different classes of shares. For example, “pf” means the shares are preferred stock.

Column 4: Ticker Symbol. This is the unique alphabetic name which identifies the stock. If you watch financial TV, the ticker tape will quote the latest prices alongside this symbol. If you are looking for stock quotes online, you always search for a company by the ticker symbol. If you don’t know a particular company’s ticker symbol, you can search for it at sites like Investopedia.

Column 5: Dividend Per Share. This indicates the annual dividend payment per share. If this space is blank, the company does not currently pay out dividends.

Column 6: Dividend Yield . This is the percentage return on the dividend. Dividend yield is calculated as annual dividends per share divided by price per share.

Column 7: Price/Earnings Ratio (P/E ratio). This is calculated by dividing the current stock price by earnings per share from the last four quarters. (For more on how to interpret this, see Understand The P/E Ratio .)

Column 8: Trading Volume . This figure shows the total number of shares traded for the day, listed in hundreds. To get the actual number traded, add two zeros to the end of the number listed.

Column 9 10: Day High and Low. This indicates the price range in which the stock has traded throughout the day. In other words, these are the maximum and the minimum prices that people have paid for the stock.

Column 11: Close. The close is the last trading price recorded when the market closed on the day. If the closing price is more than 5% above or below the previous day’s close, the entire listing for that stock is bold-faced. Keep in mind, you are not guaranteed to get this price if you buy the stock the next day because the price is constantly changing, even after the exchange is closed for the day. The close is merely an indicator of past performance and, except in extreme circumstances, it serves as a ballpark of what you should expect to pay.

Column 12: Net Change.
This is the dollar value change in the stock price from the previous day’s closing price. When you hear about a stock being “up for the day,” it means the net change was positive.

Quotes on the Internet
Nowadays, it’s far more convenient for most people to get stock quotes off the internet. This method is superior because most sites update throughout the day and give you more information, news, charting and research.





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Chem-Dry offers a nationwide network of local providers along with a complete menu of commercial cleaning services to provide businesses, big and small, with the greatest consistency and highest quality cleaning results in the industry. We use patented state-of-the-art equipment, environmentally safe supplies, and well-trained technicians to deliver a deep-down clean and a healthy business environment for your customers and employees.

Carpet Cleaning

Carpet is now the number one floor covering in most commercial settings. The advent of cubicles and workstations means that fabric can cover many businesses from floor to ceiling. It’s a big investment that needs to be protected. Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction cleaning method uses the natural cleaning power of carbonation to lift dirt and grime to the surface of the carpet where it can be easily extracted. Chem-Dry is ideal for commercial carpet cleaning because our process uses 80% less water than typical steam cleaning, so your carpet will dry in 1-2 hours instead of 1-2 days so you can get back to work and you won’t have the risk of mold and mildew growth that often comes with using an excessive amount of water.

Commercial carpets cleaned by Chem-Dry stay cleaner longer and promote a healthier working and business environment for your customers and employees.

Area Oriental Rug Cleaning

Area rugs are a great addition to your lobby, hallways and other uncarpeted spaces that add to the décor and help protect the floors. However, they are usually placed in heavily traffic areas and can become dirty quickly. Chem-Dry professionals are trained to clean virtually all types of rugs, from Oriental to Persian.

We use specialized tools and equipment designed for whatever kind of rug you have, including synthetic, wool, cotton, silk and many other types. Our effective, yet gentle, area and oriental rug cleaning and drying process preserves the dye within the fibers of your rug, leaving the colors of your rug vibrant and fresh. And because our cleaning products don’t leave any dirt-attracting residue, your rugs stay cleaner longer.

Upholstery Cleaning

Desk chairs, sofas, partitions and other commercial upholstered furniture in a business environment receive a lot of use. A Chem-Dry commerical upholstery cleaning will have your corporate furniture looking and feeling like new. Our green-certified cleaner – engineered to be used with all kinds of upholstery, including some of the finest natural fibers and the hardiest synthetics – is safe and non-toxic. Because Chem-Dry’s carbonating process lifts dirt and soil to the surface of your commercial upholstery fabric, we use less water so your corporate upholstery dries faster and stays cleaner longer.

Leather

Leather furniture is an investment for your business and requires proper care to prevent premature aging and drying. Chem-Dry’s leather care specialists have the expertise to clean and restore your company’s leather furniture to protect it against spills and dirt, replenish the moisture it needs and restore its clean, healthy luster.

Tile, Stone and Grout Cleaning

Chem-Dry can renew the shine to your tile, stone and grout throughout your business. Our technicians use specialized cleaning solutions as well as powerful deep-cleaning extraction equipment to remove the dirt and build-up, increasing its longevity and refreshing the look of your facilities.

Granite Counterop Renewal

Granite countertops have always been popular for use in businesses because of their upscale appearance, durability and natural shine. But these surfaces can lose their luster over time, especially in high-use areas of your business. Chem-Dry uses specialized cleaning solutions and a unique, multi-step process to penetrate deep inside granite’s porous surface to remove the build-up of dirt and other unhealthy elements and restore the shine of your granite. Based on tests conducted by an independent laboratory, our process combined with a sanitizer was found to remove an average of 98.4% of bacteria from granite countertops.

Water Damage Cleanup Service

Burst pipes, flood damage and other leaks can do extreme damage to your carpets and the floor underneath. The professionals at Chem-Dry can extract the water to remove excess moisture from the carpet and pull the carpet back to dry out the padding.





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