For the last three years Money2020 has put together a great platform for the industry and again I am looking forward to participating this year, but also happy to share some exciting things we are doing at PayPal with people, businesses and industry leaders.
Ahead of the holiday shopping season, PayPal is making the global marketplace more accessible to Canadian small businesses with the launch of PassPort, a website designed to help small businesses sell internationally.
Global commerce platform and payments leader eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) today reported that revenue for the third quarter ended September 30, 2014 increased 12% to $4.4 billion, compared to the same period in 2013.
Accenture's Fintech Innovation Lab is landing in Ireland, with banking and tech giants throwing their weight behind the Dublin-based accelerator programme.
Forget mobile payments, many Canadians are ready to shop through their internet-enabled fridges and chips implanted in their fingers.
PayPal has selected the five UK tech startups that will move into its London offices for six months as part of a new mentoring programme.
EBay is to spin off Paypal into a publicly traded company in 2015 and has appointed American Express executive Dan Schulman as president and CEO of the payments business in anticipation of the move.
PayPal has partnered with three of the leading bitcoin processors to enable support for the crypto-currency among its digital merchants.
We want people to feel empowered to start businesses from the ground-up. With PayPal Here, we've been helping many small businesses grow by enabling them to get paid anywhere - in their stores and on the go.
With the Apple juggernaut about to steamroller all other payments-related news, PayPal has pushed the innovation bar a little higher by announcing plans to enable 'One Touch' transactions on iOS and Android phones and adding support for bitcoin purchasing.
© Finextra Research 2015