Mint.com debuted in 2007, offering personal-finance services free (Mint makes money from vendors whose products it recommends). Two years and 1.5 million users later, he sold it to
Intuit for $170 million. Under the terms of the deal, Patzer will become general manager of Intuit's personal-finance group.
TMI: Claims to eat 25 pounds of fruit per week.
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