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Microsoft bundles Bundle into MSN Money

18 January 2011  |  8178 views  |  0 Man holding Tablet computer

Microsoft has relaunched its MSN Money Web site with a fresh design and new tools, including Bundle, the social spending comparison tool developed in conjunction with Citibank and Morningstar.

Founded by Jaidev Shergill, a former EVP at Citigroup's growth ventures and innovation division, Bundle draws together financial information from across the US and puts it into a comparison tool that shows millions of spending trends across the country.

Users can see how similar people spend money in categories including dining out, groceries, gas, entertainment and travel, using simple graphics.

Bundle is now available as an integral part of MSN Money following a major revamp of the site designed to improve the user experience and incorporate better money management tools, more news and video content, and new stock charts based on Microsoft's Silverlight technology.

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