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  • Betterment Raises $32 Million To Disrupt Money Management

    Betterment Raises $32 Million To Disrupt Money Management

    Betterment, the online financial services firm pitching better investments through technology, has raised $32 million in its latest round of funding. Consumer-focused financial services startups of all stripes have raised significant investments from venture capitalists in recent months, as companies try to tackle the morass of modern money management. The financial services industry… Read More

  • SigFig Hires Financial Engines Exec Steve Lifgren To Build Out Its Operations Team

    SigFig Hires Financial Engines Exec Steve Lifgren To Build Out Its Operations Team

    Financial planning startup SigFig has for the most part been flying under the radar since it launched a couple of years ago. But now it’s ready to get serious about expanding and supporting a growing number of customers, with the help of its new head of operations Steve Lifgren. Read More

  • SigFig Partners With Yahoo Finance To Power ‘My Portfolios’

    SigFig Partners With Yahoo Finance To Power ‘My Portfolios’

    SigFig, a startup that tracks your investments and provides Mint-style graphics and recommendations, has reached an agreement to provide the technology for the “My Portfolios” section of Yahoo Finance, according to a source with knowledge of the partnership. SigFig declined to comment for this post. I also reached out to Yahoo and will update if I hear back. Read More

  • How Technology Can Solve The Financial Industry’s Deficit Of Trust

    How Technology Can Solve The Financial Industry’s Deficit Of Trust

    To say Wall Street currently suffers from a deficit of trust would be an understatement. In the last few years alone, the government had to bail out Wall Street to the tune of $700 billion, Madoff and Stanford bilked investors of billions, and ex-Goldman executive Greg Smith’s damning op-ed in the New York Times gave everyday people a glimpse into Wall Street’s profits over… Read More