Do You Yahoo? 'Yes!' Say 200 Banks

Toonkel, Jessica
November 2000
Bank Technology News;Nov2000, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p58
Trade Publication
Reports the launching of the account aggregation service of Yahoo Inc. Efforts of Yahoo to assemble a set of financial services positioning the Internet portal as a trusted financial adviser; Capabilities of the service; Impact of the strategy of the company on the banking industry.


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