The Walletpoppers have been busy finding the best sites for selling and swapping your unwanted, secondhand stuff.
I’m delighted and humbled to have been included in Times Money’s list of the best personal finance tweeters, alongside some truly excellent Twitter users.
There’s been plenty of news today about the Government’s investment in the Post Office, to increase the banking services it offers and help it become the “people’s bank”.
A new stock exchange might give you the chance to make (or equally, of course, lose) money betting on the performance of the latest Hollywood blockbuster.
The BBC looks at the future of the property market now that it finally looks like things are starting to pick up.
Kathryn at the Money Saving Blog has posted an article looking at money saving apps for the iPhone and a couple for Blackberry and Android mobiles.
Innova & Bella, an Italian strategic consulting firm who focus innovation and competition, have released their rankings of the best banks on Facebook.
A recent poll of US & UK mobile phone users has concluded that mobile banking is now used by over a third of UK mobile phone users, and that mobile banking is now seen as (marginally) more preferred than banking on the phone.
Following on from yesterday’s thoughts on innovation in the new banks (we’re primarily talking about the 3 forthcoming entrants to the banking market, Tesco, Virgin and Metro Bank), Chris Skinner has posted some interesting slides from a recent Datamonitor event.
Chris Skinner at the Financial Services Club blog has recently lamented the fact that the new entrants into the banking market, Tesco Bank, Virgin and Metro Bank, are essentially launching with a traditional branch-based approach to banking.