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Bank of Amazon could woo 70 million US customers

Bain and Co, estimates that a banking service from Amazon could swell to more than 70 million US customer accounts within five years. Read more:

Will ‘predictive banking’ fix financial literacy?

EXCLUSIVE—As the technology matures, many banks and FinTechs are turning to artificial intelligence, machine learning, and predictive analytics to provide new, Read more:

Visible Alpha bags $38m funding round led by Goldman Sachs

Financial data and analytics company Visible Alpha has bagged a $38m round of funding led by Goldman Sachs. Read more:

Wells Fargo adds Fitbit Pay support

Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) announced today that Wells Fargo is partnering with Fitbit (NYSE: FIT), the leading global wearables brand, Read more:

Wells Fargo unveils money management app

Wells Fargo has unleashed Greenhouse, a new standalone mobile banking app to help consumers manage their money and know where they stand financially. Read More:

Wells Fargo debuts banking app for millennial

Wells Fargo announces the upcoming launch of its new mobile banking app, Greenhouse, aimed at helping millennials better manage their money. Read More:

Wells Fargo adds NFC to its ATM Network

For those customers withdrawing their money from Wells Fargo, the bank has now added another way to over 5,000 of its ATMs: users can now use NFC or “tap Read more:

Wells Fargo fake bank account scam gets bigger

The scandal of employees at Wells Fargo creating 2.1 million fake bank accounts and credit card numbers to boost sales figures has just got bigger. Read more:

Partnership is only way smaller banks can compete on mobile

Banks like JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Wells Fargo are announcing new mobile features and adding new mobile users every day, Read more:

Wells Fargo’s CEO mobile token could boost its mobile users

Will Wells Fargo’s newly launched Commercial Electronic Office (CEO) Mobile Token encourage its traditionally paper-focused customers Read more: