January 19, 2001, 12:00 AM

Wireless Women

Don Davis

Editor in Chief

MsMoney.com, a Web commerce site devoted to women's financial and investment needs, plans to offer wireless financial services that will enable women to access their MsMoney.com accounts and manage their finances through handheld devices. The site, which intended to serve as a "one-stop" destination for women to conduct all of their finance and investment matters, will officially launch in the spring. To facilitate content, community and e-commerce on the site, San Francisco-based MsMoney.com has developed strategic business relationships with Citibank, E-Loan, InsWeb, Next Card, OneCore.com, Quicken, Van Kampen Funds, financenter.com, Amazon.com, AOL, DoubleClick, CarsDirect, LookSmart, 724 Solutions and IDG Books Worldwide, the company says. MsMoney is also part of the Women's Technology Cluster.


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