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Quicken Online goes offline for Mint.com

About a year after Intuit's acquisition of Mint.com, it is closing the doors on its competing product. The technological migration has been tough for the company, it acknowledges.

By August 30, 2010


Mint.com's founder hopes to refresh Intuit

Aaron Patzer, now an Intuit vice president following its acquisition of Mint.com, is now faced with uniting two distinctly different personal-finance software brands.

By January 11, 2010


Mint.com cooks up new iPhone updates

An update to financial iPhone app Mint.com adds extra security, editing options, an a view to your budget.

By September 18, 2009


Mint.com starts keeping an eye on your budget

Mint.com is adding new features to help its users keep track of their budget.

By August 18, 2009


Mint.com brings personal finance to the iPhone

The free personal finance iPhone app features very little in the way of security, but comes with ease of access.

By December 22, 2008


Minted.com: Print stationery not dead yet

Start-up officially launching Monday aims to personalize the $10 billion annual printed stationary market with do-it-yourself design sourced on the Web.

By July 20, 2008


Mint makes Twitter an investor hub

Intuit's Mint.com has launched a new feature that will enable users to find financial information from Twitter.

By November 12, 2009


Intuit to swallow Mint for $170 million

Financial software maker Intuit signs an agreement to acquire personal finance rival Mint.com.

By September 14, 2009


Monitor money matters on Android with Mint

An Android app from personal finance service Mint.com joins its iPhone counterpart, though neither lives up to the full-fledged site.

By May 3, 2010


Mint founder on branding: Keep it simple

Aaron Patzer, who founded Mint.com and sold it to Intuit for $170 million, tells CNET that entrepreneurs should start their strategy with the most basic of items: the company name.

By February 22, 2010