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Credit Karma

creditkarma.com

Founded Year

2007

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$368.5M

Valuation

$0000 

Revenue

$0000 

About Credit Karma

Credit Karma operates as a personal finance company. It focuses on helping individuals make financial progress. It offers a range of free tools and personalized recommendations designed to help consumers and provides individuals with credit scores and reports and makes recommendations based on data accordingly. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Oakland, California. In February 2020, Credit Karma was acquired by Intuit.

Headquarters Location

1100 Broadway

Oakland, California, 94607,

United States

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Latest Credit Karma News

Growing pressure from some US companies for workers to return to the office

Jun 4, 2023

Loma 11 mins ago 153 Oakland, California – It may be back at Credit Karma’s corporate headquarters office in Oakland, Calif., but it’s not business as usual for senior manager Lupe Romo, who is working on her pool game. “They are my partners,” Romo told CBS News. “It’s an investment in people. It’s an investment in my relationship with this group.” That’s exactly what Credit Karma CEO and Founder Kenneth Lin wants to see after three years of working from home. “We think there’s more energy, there’s more creativity,” Lin said of his staff back in the office. “People work better together.” To encourage brainstorming, there’s a games room, yoga, and a coffee bar, all free. “Well, that’s by design, right?” Lin talked about the long line for coffee. “We actually want interaction.” While review app Yelp announced this week that it was closure of his last office in Phoenix – and all of its employees will now be fully remote – companies like Meta, owner of Facebook and Instagram, are going in the opposite direction. Meta announced this week that it was requiring all workers to return to the office three days a week from September. Across the country, business leaders are making headlines with calls to get back to the office. “I got data that about 30 of you didn’t even open or open laptops, and they’re all remote employees, including their manager, for an entire month,” said James Clarke , CEO of Clearlink, to his staff in April in a video. obtained by Vice. A 2020 study published in the Harvard Business Review found that 38% of managers agree or strongly agree that “remote workers generally perform worse than people who work in an office.” Forty percent of respondents disagreed and 22% were unsure. Amazon, Apple and Starbucks are among the companies that now require their employees to come three days a week, despite some pushback. A February poll by recruiting firm Robert Half found that 32% of workers who come into the office at least once a week would be willing to take a pay cut to work remotely full-time. “The job market was on fire,” said Patrick Carroll, CEO and founder of commercial real estate investment firm Carroll. “And so, that gave a lot of leverage to the employee. Now that the market is down significantly, I think that leverage is shifting to the employer.” Carroll supports a return to the office. “I think it’s going to take warrants,” Carroll said. “It’s going to take, you know, the fear of losing their job.” Lin adopts a different tact on the matter. “I think people misrepresent it when they talk about returning to the office based on productivity or compensation,” Lin said. “It’s about the culture you want to work in.” New trends chicago Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor. Loma 11 mins ago

Credit Karma Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Credit Karma founded?

    Credit Karma was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Credit Karma's headquarters?

    Credit Karma's headquarters is located at 1100 Broadway, Oakland.

  • What is Credit Karma's latest funding round?

    Credit Karma's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Credit Karma raise?

    Credit Karma raised a total of $368.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Credit Karma?

    Investors of Credit Karma include Intuit, Northleaf Capital Partners, Silver Lake, Tiger Global Management, Viking Global Investors and 12 more.

  • Who are Credit Karma's competitors?

    Competitors of Credit Karma include ID Finance, Sora Finance, Coupa Software, Juvo, Mifundo, Debbie, Ice Kredit, Borrowell, Engine, NerdWallet and 14 more.

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