Business Travelers Prefer Uber, Lyft to Hail a Ride
It finally happened: On-demand transportation apps like Uber have supplanted taxis and rental cars as business travelers' preferred mode of transportation. That according to a new report from expense management provider Certify
based on user data during the third quarter (July to September, 2016).
The company processed more than 10 million ground transportation expenses during the quarter, finding that a majority (52 percent) were for Uber or Lyft — a larger share than rental cars and taxis combined. Uber handled the bulk of those rides (48 percent), compared with Lyft (4 percent). Check out the full story.
5 Podcasts to Sharpen Your Finance Chops
Podcast popularity has soared in recent years as an educational medium. For finance pros eager to hone their skills, don't miss these five podcasts. Check out the full story.
The Latest Brexit Victim: Back-Office Ops?
Global banks are scrambling in the aftermath of Britain's vote to leave the European Union. While the fallout is unclear, analysts expect the decision to affect London's position as a global financial center, affecting not only bankers but also back-office functions like HR and finance. Check out the full story.
Teaching Tough Finance Lessons With 'Star Wars'
Financial consultant Nicole Fende (AKA "The Numbers Whisperer") uses Sci-Fi classics like "The Matrix" and "Star Wars" to teach SMB leaders about financial management. Check out the full story.