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Walmart’s New Money Transfer Service: Should Banks, Western Union And MoneyGram Be Nervous?

Walmart is blurring the line between banking and shopping as it adds yet another financial service to its stores across the country.

Walmart Unveils ‘Walmart-2-Walmart’ Money Transfer Service Between Stores With Euronet

13 hours agoLifestyle / Luxury : Filthy Rich

Walmart has unveiled a new store-to-store money transfer service launching later this month, aimed at helping its customers send cash to loved ones without paying an extortionate fee. The big box giant is the first retailer to operate this sort of initiative in-house.

Facebook: Opportunities And Challenges In E-Money Space

By Sarita Pereira: Facebook (FB) is about to receive regulatory approval from Ireland's central bank for a service that would allow its users to store money on Facebook, and use it to exchange and pay money with other members. The approval...Show More Summary

Score Coupons for Every Online Store (Even the Ones That "Don't Have Coupons")

When shopping online, you've probably become accustomed to using coupons as a means of saving money. Sometimes you're lucky enough to receive coupons via email from your favorite retailers; sometimes you have to take the time to scour the Internet, searching far and wide for a deal that can help you save. Show More Summary

A Secure Place to Store Your Money

Self-storage companies offer a stable and simple business with plenty of growth opportunity -- if the value is right.

Video: Tyga, Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne – Senile

Off the Young Money album Rise Of An Empire in stores now. Previously: Tyga ft. Young Thug – Hookah

When Facebook Is a Bank. . .

Would you trust the 'Bank of Facebook' with your cash? Here's how Facebook's big money project is getting started. Facebook is mere weeks away from having a regulatory green light in Ireland to allow its users there to store money on the site, and make payments to individuals, the Financial Times reports. Show More Summary

Get Ready to Pay for Stuff Online With … Facebook

Facebook may be eyeing a significant move into the world of mobile payments. The company is close to receiving regulatory approval in Ireland to launch a service that would allow users to store money and make electronic payments through the social network, according to a report in the Financial Times. Such a service would put…

Facebook Could Use Money Transfers To Extend WhatsApp And Non-Ad Revenue

The FT is reporting that Facebook is looking at e-money services, including the ability for people to make peer-to-peer money transfers, using money that is stored on Facebook itself; and has applied for an e-money license in Ireland as part of that. Show More Summary

Facebook Takes Life Seriously and Moves To Create Its Own Virtual Currency, Increases UltraCoin Valuation Significantly

The Financial Times reports : [Facebook] The social network is only weeks away from obtaining regulatory approval in Ireland for a service that would allow its users to store money on Facebook and use it to pay and exchange money with others, according to several people involved in the process. Show More Summary

Investors Not Buying Into $FB For Payments

Facebook, $ FB, wants to change the way we exchange information, news, photos, emails, text messages and, now, money. Users will be able to store money on $ FB and use it to make online payments or Read More...

Now even Facebook wants to become a payments company

Facebook is getting into the money business. The Financial Times reports that the company is in talks with Irish regulators and three European startups to create a service that would “allow its users to store money on Facebook and use it to pay and exchange money with others.” The news comes as other companies, such as Amazon and...

August Alsina Ft. Fabolous – “Get Ya Money

August Alsina grabs Fabolous for an update of “Get Ya Money,” a stripper empowerment ballad for all the women “pssy poppin’ at Onyx.” Testimony hits stores April 15.

Will Katherine Heigl’s Tweet Lawsuit Against Duane Reade Hold up in Court?

Would you be more likely to shop at a drug store if you knew that actress Katherine Heigl, of "One for the Money" and "New Year's Eve" fame, shopped there? That's the suggestion made in a federal lawsuit that Ms. Heigl filed in New York against Duane Reade Inc

Retail Arbitrage: Buy Low from Local Stores, Sell High Online

Emily Rose Bennett/Zuma Press/Alamy What would you do if you saw money just lying in the aisle of your local mall store or big-box retailer? And not a few coins or a dollar bill, but fives, tens or even some twenties? Would you takeShow More Summary

Bought an App Recently? Apple May Owe You a Refund

Apple may owe you a refund for the software you’ve purchased in its iOS App Store. The company is paying customers whose children made in-app purchases on their iPhones or iPads without their consent. To claim money, users must retrieve receipts for the offending purchases, either through their email or iTunes accounts, then submit a…

Greeks Struggle to Pay Bills

The t-shirt in an Athens store said it all: "No job, no money -- NO PROBLEM." Unemployment is at 27 percent. But youth unemployment is at a heartbreaking 60 percent. Greeks may smile and enjoy the Mediterranean winds and sun but inside...Show More Summary

Blue Bottle Buys Tonx

Mat Honan, writing for Wired: It’s also a good deal for Tonx, which was attempting to raise more money to purchase its own coffee roaster (it currently has a contract deal where it rents one on the weekends) and open a store front. While...Show More Summary

Daily App: PiggyBot is a colorful allowance tracker for both parents and kids

PiggyBot is a new allowance app from BancVue that landed in the iOS App Store earlier this month. Unlike other piggy banks that track real money in your child's physical piggy bank, PiggyBot is a ledger sheet that tracks virtual money. The virtual...

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