The widespread security breach reportedly compromised 40 million credit and debit cards, which are costing banks a pretty penny to reissue.
New variant dubbed "Eurograbber" intercepts bank text messages sent to mobile phones to defeat two-factor authentication process.
Bloomberg reports that Morgan Stanley and the other underwriters made a bundle trading the stock to keep it from sinking.
ANZ launch M-Banking, allowing customers to make a variety of bank transactions from any Java-enabled mobile handset.
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The service, set up by m-Via, allows migrant workers in the U.S. to set up a mobile bank account and more cheaply send funds back to people in their home country.
With just a phone number, customers of banks including Barclays, HSBC and Lloyds could send money from their phone by 2014.
In the wake of the earthquake, Bill Gates' charitable foundation backs a $10 million initiative to use mobile banking to speed the aid and recovery effort.
Carriers and financial institutions keep announcing mobile-banking and payment services, but so far, U.S. adoption is being dwarfed by that of developing nations, where it's more useful.