Google Glass has the potential to help bank customers manage their money and snag deals.
A Federal Reserve study finds a rising use of mobile phones and smartphones for mobile banking financial services.
Bank customers in Cyprus may see their bank deposits taxed to fund a bailout. Could the same happen here?
Run your personal finances like a small business. Here is how to do it.
Unlimited FDIC insurance for business checking accounts clears a hurdle in the Senate, but still faces big opposition.
Most big banks require customers to sign away their right to sue them in court. Instead, customers looking for justice will face arbitration. But is that fair?
A cellphone provider will help consumers stay protected when transmitting personal financial information with their phones.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opened its doors with some media fanfare late last week, but if you’re having problems with a bank account, don’t expect help from the new agency just yet. A recent trip to the CFPB website’s consumer complaint form yielded this message: File a credit card complaint. Later this year, we
Debit card fraud at Michaels is putting customers’ bank accounts at risk. Craft store Michaels sent out letters to customers last week letting them know that the PIN pads at some of its Chicago stores were modified by thieves to record and transmit customers’ debit card information. From the letter: Michaels Stores, Inc. has learned
Decades ago, banks and savings-and-loan institutions gave away so many free toasters to new customers that these giveaways became an expected perk of a new bank account. Indeed, the free toaster was so closely associated with new bank accounts that it was downright proverbial. But now, those free toasters — and the digital clock radios