Will Alipay's U.S. Moves Put Apple and PayPal at Risk?
Three massive companies, Alipay, Apple and PayPal, are on a collision course as they move to shake up the global e-payments market.
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PayPal is on track to handle 1 billion mobile transactions this year, but the company can't yet say it will benefit from the imminent launch of Apple Pay. more »
Michelle Tinsley, director of security and mobile payment retail solutions at Intel Corp.
The growing prevalence of Internet-connected devices, along with a seemingly endless string of data breaches, is creating more opportunity to convince retailers to safeguard sensitive account data through new technology. more »
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Alipay, the Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. financial affiliate controlled by Jack Ma, is trying to gain a foothold with U.S. retailers by offering them tools to help sell to consumers in China. more »
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A Twitter Inc. account and a bank card is all you'll need in France to tweet money to a friend or a charity. The transfers will be based on a simple rule: no retweets. more »
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PagBrasil, a payment processor in Brazil, has launched a product that provides accelerated confirmation for online payments made using boleto bancario, the electronic payment method in Brazil. more »
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Providers of rapidly changing payments products such as prepaid cards, automated payments and dispute resolution are continuing to turn to independent sales organizations to reach targeted merchants. more »
FamDoo founder Mark Lacek with his wife, Susan, and daughters Emmy and Ally
Payment companies are building mobile loyalty and financial literacy programs to target today's digitally-savvy kids, but are discovering a physical presence is still necessary for redemption. more »
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Stripe's John Collison
GoDaddy is partnering with online payments provider Stripe to entice small businesses to embrace e-commerce by adding faster credit approval and card acceptance. more »

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