Quantcast
Gmail Bill Pay Is a Bigger Threat to Banks than Google Wallet
Google's planned integration of bill pay and presentment with its immensely popular Gmail service could quickly scoop away one of the stickiest offerings of online banking sites.
Image: iStock
  more »
Image: iStock
It's a sure thing that the founders of the Pony Express in 1860 didn't have a futuristic vision in mind of what a digital Pony Express might look like — but Google Inc. reportedly has chosen that branding for its next payment service. more »
Image: ShutterStock
There is a growing opportunity for health care providers to benefit from adding a self-service option, particularly as the portion of revenue they get directly from patients increases. more »
Image: Bloomberg News
EBay Inc., which is spinning off its PayPal division later this year, plans to pay each of the two new companies' chief executive officers $14 million in total compensation after the split. more »
Image: Thinkstock
In keeping with the growing market for global e-commerce payments, Stripe has developed a new version of its Connect service tailored for international startups. more »
Image: Bloomberg News
EBay Inc. appointed two independent directors in advance of its planned spinoff of online-payment platform PayPal this year. more »
Image: ShutterStock
In the Chinese payment processing space, which is dominated by government-controlled entities such as UnionPay, the dynamic of pursuing new customers is markedly different from in the U.S. This point was a key factor when investment firm TA Associates chose to invest in YeePay, a company with limited ambitions. more »
Image: ShutterStock
Flint Mobile is joining the many technology companies that are evolving from their roots as payment providers to become enablers of a broad range of services. more »
Image: iStock
For the most part, big banks and trade groups have run the conversation on deploying a faster payment system in the U.S. But Nacha's recently proposed 8.2-cent fee for same-day Automated Clearing House payments has merchants taking notice. more »
Already a subscriber? Log in here
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.