How the Intuit Acquisition Has Changed Mint

When was acquired by Intuit in September, a number of users and bloggers were worried about how the site would change. Would it become difficult to use? Would the corporate mindset affect Mint’s innovations? Not so, says Aaron Patzer, former Mint CEO and now Intuit’s vice president and general manager of the personal finance […]

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Weekend Linkage: Online Banking, Yodlee and the iPhone

We didn’t really cover Mint’s acquisition by Intuit (makers of Quicken) for $170 million, but in the analysis of the deal, there’s been some interesting takes — and how Yodlee, the account aggregator used in Automatic Finances, plays into it. TechCrunch, which covers startups and the Silicon Valley scene, calls Mint Yodlee’s YouTube. Meaning, Mint […]

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Weekend Linkage: Investing, Debit Cards and Your Bank

Isn’t it nice to hear good news? Despite a crazy week of swine flu hysteria and the president’s first 100 days in office, there’s actually some positive things happening in the world of money. The Wall Street Journal reports that Debit-Card Use Overtakes Credit for Visa for the first-time ever. This is great news for […]

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