Sometimes, it pays to toil at an Internet startup.
Twitter is using the new law from the Jobs Act to file its IPO.
Some small banks are dedicating time to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
There are viruses spreading on Facebook that target your banking information.
The Internal Revenue Service reportedly will be looking at social media sites in the hopes of catching tax cheats.
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Social media shopping sites are providing payments to fashionistas who share product links that generate sales and traffic.
The Federal Reserve joined Twitter. But who is the Fed following?
The lines between social media and credit cards continue to blur as issuers look for new, hip ways to connect with consumers. This time, American Express is teaming up with Twitter to offer virtual discounts, the credit card company said Tuesday. (Last week, LivingSocial announced a new credit card with Chase, while Barclaycard on Monday
Would you like to follow your investment advisor on Twitter or friend your stockbroker on Facebook? More than likely, you can’t do that just yet. But not because financial advisers and brokers aren’t interested in social media. The financial services industry is pretty heavily regulated in the way that brokers and financial advisors can interact with their