Not the type to do your banking on a phone or tablet? You’re now in a shrinking minority. More than half now use mobile banking twice a week or more.
The CFPB is working on a tool to help colleges strike deals with banks that don’t stick students with high fees and skimpy features.
One of the nation’s biggest banks is planning to reduce its number of branch employees.
Google Glass and other wearables may be the wave of the future, but they also might be a goldmine for thieves looking to grab your logins.
PayPal is bucking the trend and discontinuing its mobile check deposit option for consumers.
An increasing number of Americans are using smartphones to handle money in one way or another, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is on it.
The carrier has launched a pilot program that would enable card issuers to confirm the location of participating customers when they travel abroad.
A few tech companies are launching solutions that allow you to lock your credit and/or debit cards in order to combat fraud.
Mobile banking is continuing to grow in popularity, according to a study from the Federal Reserve.
BofA is launching a new checking account that lacks one traditional feature: overdraft fees.