Nordstrom (JWN +1.5%) will let users of personal finance site Mint.com (INTU) access credit card...


Nordstrom (JWN +1.5%) will let users of personal finance site Mint.com (INTU) access credit card data through the site again after blocking off the site late last year. The development is noteworthy with other retailers such as Gap, Amazon, and Brooks Brothers also limiting access through their credit card provider - ostensibly due to security concerns but more likely as a way to limit the data mining and competitive pressure put on by sites like Mint.

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