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Three Payment Trends That Will Change How We Pay in 2018.
A generation ago, a consumer would visit Main Street to fulfill all of one’s shopping needs and undoubtedly pay in cash. A lot has changed since then. The arrival of personal computers in homes and the launch of companies, such as Amazon, Alibaba Group and eBay, in the 1990s acquainted consumers to the new concept of shopping online. The popularization of smartphones within the last decade then introduced consumers to anytime, anywhere commerce.

Forbes


Michelle Evans, CONTRIBUTOR
I write about how disruptive technologies reshape global commerce
OCT 27, 2017 @ 10:18 AM


Square, the Twitter Boss’s Other Company, Could Pass It in Value.
Twitter may be President Trump’s favorite platform, but Square, a payments company also run by Jack Dorsey, has had more success in recent quarters.


The New York Times

By Nathaniel Popper OCT. 25, 2017


PayPal is now worth more than American Express.
PayPal was created during the last internet boom and is in the midst of a renewed surge in interest, with its shares rising by nearly 80% so far this year. The online payment company’s stock market value surpassed credit-card stalwart American Express this month, and is approaching venerable Wall Street banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. The company’s mobile payment growth is accelerating after a series of deals and industry partnerships, representing a growing challenge for financial firms with much longer histories.


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October 24, 2017

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Money20/20 USA Highlights Day 4 P2


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Money 2020 – Mission-Driven FinTech:
Partnering for Purpose
P4


Uber to Release Personal Visa
Credit Card
P5


The Innovator: Jack Dorsey P6


Music Break | Flashdance | What a
Feeling | Irene Cara
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