Yoon from South Korea pardons Jay Y Lee from Samsung for facing the ‘economic crisis’

Samsung heir spent 18 months in prison for bribery Businessmen convicted in scandal that brought down a president South Korea says leaders need help to overcome economic crisis Samsung May Increase Investment With Pardon Analysts SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol has pardoned Samsung Electronics. (005930.KS) Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee on Friday, … Read more

Can you get a mortgage with only Social Security income?

If your only income comes from Social Security, you may still qualify for a mortgage. In some cases, the lender may be able to “boost” your income if the benefits you receive are not taxable. In addition to adequate income, you will need a low debt-to-income ratio, a good credit score, and a down payment … Read more

Here is where China’s real estate problems can extend

China’s real estate industry accounts for more than a quarter of national GDP, according to Moody’s. Pictured is a housing complex under construction on December 15, 2021 in Guizhou Province. Costphoto | Publishing in the future | Getty Images BEIJING – China’s real estate problems could spill over into other key sectors if problems persist … Read more

Asian markets struggle as traders consider rate hike

Most Asian investors were unable to maintain strong momentum from Thursday’s rally Kazuhiro NOGI font size Most Asian markets fell on Friday, erasing some of the previous day’s rally, as traders weighed in on the possibility of central banks continuing to raise interest rates to fight runaway inflation. Stocks across the region rose on Thursday … Read more

3 ways to fight inflation and win the long game | personal financing

family in the supermarket Getty Images The investment information on this page is for educational purposes only. NerdWallet does not provide advisory or brokerage services, nor does it recommend or advise investors to buy or sell specific stocks, securities or other investments. Inflation is scary. Grocery, gas, airline tickets, car purchase, utilities: in many areas, … Read more

7 investors discuss why edtech startups must go back to basics to survive – TechCrunch

Later, edtech’s Spot light looks like a fever dream. In the early rounds of the pandemic, major corporations turned into unicorns seemingly overnight as the Zoom school became a reality for millions around the world, and a frenzy of check-writing enthralled investors. Then we slowly saw the focus of the light and sharpening. Companies that … Read more

Democrats’ Inflation Cut Act Could Mean Lower Wages for Millions of Americans

Financial Services Commission member Warren Davidson, R-Ohio, criticized the proposed social spending and tax bill after Senator Kirsten Senema’s decision to go ahead with its “Morning with Maria” passage. Democrats are touting the latest health care and climate spending bill as a major way to cut costs for American families, but new analysis shows the … Read more