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A new credit card from Apple and Goldman Sachs could be coming soon. I wrote about it about a year ago, when it was first rumored. The card is designed to work with the Apple Wallet app on iPhones to help customers set spending goals, track their rewards and manage their balances, according to the Wall Street Journal.…
Apple and Goldman Sachs are teaming up to launch a new joint credit card. The planned card would carry the Apple Pay brand and could launch early next year.
Goldman Sachs has always been out of reach for most people. But now, the financial firm most synonymous with Wall Street started offering savings accounts and certificates of deposit this month from the website of its banking arm, GS Bank. The firm will accept new customers with as little to save as $1, though they will need $500…