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Start-ups at this year's financial innovation gathering seem optimistic despite a glum economy--maybe because they're building tools that make the credit crunch easier to handle.
Passwords are nice, but PINs can be far easier to remember. We take a look at four companies trying to take PINs online.
Mint.com is adding long-term goals to its personal finance site. The feature won't be live until next month, but it promises to bring planning tools that previously required proper financial software.
Blippy now lets third-party developers tap into its user data feed. It's also partnered with Safeway to track what you're buying at the grocery store.
Intuit drops the subscription fee for its Web-based financial software and is readying an iPhone version.
Peer-to-peer lending system gets a tool to help the banks: a platform to trade small loans as securities.
Algorithms tell you where to park your money and which debts to pay.
CEO of new service says the financial advice business is corrupt. Trust your peers instead.