Goldman is said to spend $100 mln on VC-backed Clarity Money

Goldman Sachs, Clarity Money, personal finance, fintech, private equity, venture capital
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Goldman Sachs is buying Clarity Money, the personal-finance startup started by Adam Dell a little more than a year ago, two sources said. The investment bank is paying about $100 million for Clarity, the sources said. Adam Dell, the brother of Michael Dell, launched Clarity ...

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