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August 21, 2015 by Mark Schwanhausser

Some will describe Intuit’s decision Thursday to sell Quicken as the end of an era. The reality is the era of desktop do-it-yourself accounting software tapped out long ago. Fewer than 22 million U.S. consumers use desktop personal finance software...

June 3, 2015

At Finovate Spring, Moven demoed Bank 4.0. Moven is a reloadable debit card and mobile app. Just like Fitbit tracks your physical activity, Moven tracks your spending by category and will compare your current spending with your past spending...

May 22, 2015 by Ian Benton

Every few years I like to go back and re-read a clever little article called Imagining the Google Future. In 2006, CNN tapped a group of tech gurus and futurists to cook up four visions for the company’s evolution. With a decade of hindsight, a few...

May 7, 2015 by Mark Schwanhausser

I always circle the spring Finovate show on my calendar because it offers insight into the future of fintech. Inevitably, two questions get asked: First, which of these companies should be on the radar for bankers, investors, and consumers? Second...

March 30, 2015

Can you guess Gen Y’s most used feature on a mobile phone? Here’s a hint: isn’t making phone calls. The most popular mobile feature among Gen Y is texting. Consequentially, the today’s hottest apps cater to Gen Y’s need to talk through their thumbs...

Tagged With: Gen Y, text power

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