Greg T. Spielberg

Archive for July, 2010|Monthly archive page

Here this week: Optimistic women means optimistic me. The future of debit accounts. How banks go from fired to hired in one day.

In Uncategorized on July 30, 2010 at 4:00 pm

Women run the consumer economy. If they’re happy; I am too. Here’s why.

In the future, all debit accounts will be run through our driver’s licenses. It’s about time.

I’ve always been curious how a bank can fail on a Friday and reopen on a Saturday. A look at Renasant Bank’s takeover of Crescent’s 11 branches in Northern Georgia explains how.


Gay couples save more/pregnant women get screwed. B of A pushes insurance. Debit cards ramp up rewards

In stories, Uncategorized on July 23, 2010 at 4:43 pm

I’m on the bank and plastics beat at Bundle now, and am starting to build a feewatch twitter account. This week, I wrote three stories for Bundle, finished up a story about the MBA job market for C-Change, a feature story about the Stirling engine and a ront-of-book piece for Ode. Those won’t be published for a bit, but here are the Bundle stories.

Debit cards looking for all your cash

I sign up for Hartford Insurance hospital coverage recommended by Bank of America.

Pregnant doctor and her dual-degree husband are briefly stopped from getting a loan + gay couples save more