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  • Now Powering Finance Data For 300 Startups, Yodlee Peels Back The Curtain On New Accelerator & 4 New Incubations

    Now Powering Finance Data For 300 Startups, Yodlee Peels Back The Curtain On New Accelerator & 4 New Incubations

    Compared to the glut of young tech startups that have popped up in the financial services space over the last several years, Yodlee is a veteran. Founded in 1999, the company got its start by developing technology to make the back-end aggregation of banking data more efficient and secure, leading to the birth of companies like Mint.com, which went on to be acquired by Intuit. Now, with more… Read More

  • Yodlee Partners With Bank Of America To Bring Its Financial Apps To Online Banking

    Yodlee Partners With Bank Of America To Bring Its Financial Apps To Online Banking

    If you’re not familiar with Yodlee, they’re the financial services company that developed technology to make back-end aggregation of bank data secure and speedy so that services like Mint.com could be born and go on to be swallowed up by Intuit for boatloads of cash. Founded in 1999, Yodlee now boasts over 30 million users and has raised over $100 million in funding to date. Read More

  • With Top Banks In Tow, Financial Service Provider Yodlee Hits 30 Million Users

    With Top Banks In Tow, Financial Service Provider Yodlee Hits 30 Million Users

    Yodlee, the provider of personal financial management most well known for its account aggregation, today announced that it has crossed the 30 million users milestone. Founded in 1999, Yodlee has raised over $100 million in funding and has quietly built a suite of financial management solutions that power many large financial institutions and portals, including Bank of America, Fidelity, and Amex. Read More

  • Y Combinator And Yodlee Team Up To Give Startups Access To Financial Data

    Y Combinator And Yodlee Team Up To Give Startups Access To Financial Data

    Startup incubator Y Combinator has announced this morning that it is partnering with Yodlee, the provider of personal financial management an payments data to give the incubator’s startups access to Yodlee’s technology. While Yodlee’s technology is used in a vast number of financial-focused startups, it is probably most well known for powering Mint.com’s core technology… Read More

  • Mint Is Yodlee's YouTube

    A lot of people at Adobe weren’t all that happy when YouTube was acquired by Google for $1.65 billion in 2006. After all, YouTube was just a pretty front end to the core Flash web video technology created by Adobe. YouTube got rich. Adobe got peanuts. Mint, which sold to Intuit earlier this week for $170 million, is Yodlee’s YouTube. That’s because, like YouTube, the core… Read More