One of the longest established personal finance managers (PFM), Wesabe, is shutting down.
We’ve been keeping an eye out for finance related startups featured at this year’s TechCrunch Europe’s GeeknRolla event in London.
Tesco expects to be in a position to do by the end of the year, subject to approval by the Financial Services Authority.
Scrap what we said the other day about Kublax possibly being able to continue, an email sent to users today confirms they’ve gone out of business.
Account aggregator Kublax has gone into administration after failing to find funding to develop their site.
Fair play to Wilkinsons for their social responsibility policy, donating a percentage of their profits to local communities each year.
Here’s the second in our crystal ball gazing series of expert predictions for 2010, this time we’ve got the thoughts of Jasmine Birtles who runs MoneyMagpie, and is also a finance journalist and writer of several books.
Bitterwallet are running their annual “Worst Company In Britain” anti-competition, and are looking for nominations.
Here’s a new and controversial money making idea: getting paid to spot crimes on CCTV.
That’s just what new website “Internet Eyes” is offering to do when it launches next month, offering you the chance of earning up to £1,000 per month for spotting shoplifting, burglary, vandalism or anti-social behaviour.
At what point did running a business become more about betting and less about having a killer product or satisfying the most simple of needs?