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Uncovering the Secret to Financial Literacy

Posted on May 15 2015 by

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The following article is a guest post from, John C. Linfield, Executive Director at the Institute for Financial Literacy

At the end of “Financial Literacy Month” here in the United States, it seems appropriate to take a moment and think about why we should become financially literate, and how we can use that to stay on track for the long term.

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Marketing: What’s Bigger Than Big Data?

Posted on May 05 2015 by

At Experian we believe that data is good. Good for our economy, good for consumers and good for society. Analytics and technology designed to help marketers put their data to use and become truly customer-centric is just one example of using data as a force for good.

The following column was written by Emad Georgy, senior vice president of development and global head of development at Experian Marketing Services, as part of a “Data-Driven Thinking” series for AdExchanger.

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Experian Vision 2015: Daily–Round up

Posted on May 04 2015 by

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Today Experian Vision 2015 conference kicked off to great start with a full house here to learn the latest about how data and analytics can transform the way we do business today, drive growth and solve some of our biggest business challenges.

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Experian and the Jump$tart Coalition United for Financial Education in America’s Classrooms

Posted on May 01 2015 by

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The following article is a guest post from Laura Levine, president and CEO of the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy®

As we wrap up another Financial Literacy Month, it’s fun to look back at how far we’ve come; important to look forward at how much further we have to go; and compelling to look closely at how we’re making a difference.

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National Data Breach Study Reveals Payment System Innovation Outpaces Security

Posted on May 01 2015 by

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In the wake of some of the largest data breaches in history, which were specifically payment card breaches, we thought it would be insightful to take a closer look at how companies are dealing with the aftermath.

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Experian Partners With Orange County Rescue Mission, Fosters Financial Literacy in the Local Community

Posted on Apr 23 2015 by

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With the objective of supporting the local community and helping Orange County residents overcome financial issues, we have partnered with the Orange County Rescue Mission (OCRM) to spread financial literacy by providing residents with the insight and resources to guide them on a journey to independence.

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Sixty percent of marketers are unsure of the cost of fraud to their organization

Posted on Dec 17 2014 by

Balancing holiday marketing efforts with fraud prevention requires a coordinated approach according to survey findings from 41st Parameter, a part of Experian. The survey results from 250 marketers released today, looks at the relationship between omnichannel retailing, fraud prevention and the holiday shopping season. The findings show that few marketers understand the full benefit of fraud-prevention […]

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Experian addresses fraud and cybersecurity challenges as risks mount for banks, retailers and public sector

Posted on Oct 13 2014 by

Experian hosting Future of Fraud and Identity event during National Cyber Security Awareness Month Costa Mesa, Calif., Oct. 13, 2014 — Identity and fraud concerns are a pressing global issue for many industries, including financial services, public sector and retailers. With the rise in security and data breaches, many organizations across the United States are […]

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