This is one in a series of articles leading up to Fortune Brainstorm Tech, which takes place July 22-24 in Aspen, Colo. The articles will look back at the progress of companies that presented at Brainstorm in 2009 as well as look forward to those that will present this year.
By Shelley DuBois, reporter
Earlier today, Fortune wrote about an infographic on the dangers of immigration -- containing misleading information -- that was posted on Mint.com's "mintlife" blog. We had reached out to Mint.com CEO Aaron Patzer and he responded just as the post went live.
In short, Patzer -- who is also the vice president and general manager of Intuit's (INTU) Personal Finance Group -- disapproves, and says he's dealing with the problem. He wrote this in an email: More
A personal finance site learns the danger of personal blogging
UPDATE: Mint CEO Patzer responds.
Social media can be a glorious way to reach customers -- and to let them return the love in a very public way. But, as Mint -- a division of Intuit (INTU) -- is learning, sometimes showing off how much people are talking about you can quickly turn into a business nightmare.
The story starts with a recent MOREShelley DuBois, writer-reporter - Jun 18, 2010 4:47 PM ET
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