Fast Company ran an article praising personal finance site Mint in its December issue, and shafted TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington in the process. Nice!

Meanwhile, the Axe Bodyspray of personal finance — cool, fresh, and even sexy — is an upstart named Mint. Its unique features, wrapped in an exceedingly clean and appealing design, are winning tech-industry plaudits and brisk traffic. Mint went live on September 18, the same day it won $50,000 in the TechCrunch40, a demo derby run by Web impresario Jason Calacanis.
We know Calacanis didn't mind the plug, but he shared his TC40 responsibilities with Arrington.