U.S. comptroller of the currency says banks can use technology to help fight money laundering.
A new survey shows that mobile P2P transfers may inspire increased smartphone money management.
Soon enough, you may be able to replace your debit card with your smartphone for setting up cash withdrawals.
An alternative to the traditional banking model is slowly becoming available to new account holders.
Some forward-thinking banks are giving customers access to tellers via videoconferencing.
Chase has faced its share of troubles over the past week: a website outage and a technical glitch that led to double charges.
While you may already be conducting some of your banking online, one company is hoping to help you do, well, pretty much everything without signing, sending or storing a single piece of paper. Today, Doxo, a digital file storage and e-payment company, announced additional features for its doxoPAY function that give users more control over
The future of banking appears to be now. JPMorgan Chase announced the hiring of Susan Erlich as senior vice president of next generation payments last week. With more than a decade of experience at Citibank and Providian Financial, Erlich will be responsible for overseeing the bank’s creation of new payments services and solutions for consumers,
Some small banks are wising up to smartphone check deposits. This week, First Tennessee Bank unveiled a new service that lets its checking account holders deposit paper checks via an iPhone. The service functions like other mobile deposit services you’ve probably seen. Simply take a picture with your iPhone, and send the image to the
Home health care technology for people who are living in retirement ought to be a business opportunity that’s taking off like a rocket, but that apparently isn’t the case. Consultancy McKinsey & Co. analyzed what they saw as an enormous missed opportunity and offered a few insights that might be useful for those of us