As 2023 comes to a close, we’re here to look back at the biggest fintech stories of the year.
In April, Apple shared that Apple Card customers in the U.S. could open a savings account and earn interest through an Apple savings account, as reported by Romain Dillet.
Another one of our most read stories of the year also involved a financial services giant rather than a startup.
X1, which offers an income-based credit card with rewards, had raised a total of $62 million in venture-backed funding.
Why X1 in particular over the many other credit card startups out there?
Lucid Motors reportedly missed Wall Street expectations for both fourth-quarter revenue and full-year 2022 revenue goals, causing the company’s stock price to tumble almost 10%. While Lucid is still on…
CEO Max Levchin takes ‘full responsibility’ for layoffs decision In 13 hours, Mary Ann will have completed her GCSEs. She is congratulated by her friends and family, who are all…