The Zen of Gen-Y
May 08

The Zen of Gen-Y

Today, MyBankTracker brings you a guest post from Banking.com about millennials and the finance industry. At this point it’s almost a cliché to talk about millennials. We know who they are: the generation born between the late ‘70s and ‘90, or essentially book-ended by the Vietnam War and 9/11. They’re frequently derided, but can’t be

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Going Luddite on Mobile
Oct 19

Going Luddite on Mobile

Tracking the adoption of mobile banking is like putting human behavior under a microscope…again. In a sense, it’s very much like the adoption of online banking (or online anything else), only on a much faster scale. To some, it’s still odd working with professionals who can’t remember what business was like before the Internet. Imagine

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A Kinder, Gentler Banking Industry?
Sep 05

A Kinder, Gentler Banking Industry?

In genre-defining books like “The Bonfire of the Vanities” and “Liar’s Poker,” there’s a particular image that comes across of the highest echelons of the financial services. They’re the Masters of the Universe, Wall Street titans who live so large they make rock stars look puny. They’ve got swagger to spare and the talent and

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Mobile Transactions: Playing with Numbers
Aug 16

Mobile Transactions: Playing with Numbers

Could it be that the only numbers growing faster than mobile transactions are statistics about mobile transactions? According to a new one just out from ABI Research, mobile shopping will make up nearly a quarter of all global online shopping revenue by the end of 2017. That’s great news for companies invested in this arena,

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