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How PayPal’s Money Is Working at Raisin
Europe-based fintech startup Raisin is buying German lender MHB Bank, Reuters has reported.
This UK Bet Is Paying Off for PayPal
In 2014, PayPal (PYPL) launched its small business lending service in the United Kingdom, betting that British businesses would turn to it not just to handle their payment transactions but also for loans to grow their operations.
Could Square Prove Raymond James Wrong?
Raymond James recently downgraded Square (SQ) and assigned the stock a price target that suggested a huge downside potential.
A Closer Look at Square’s Marketing Spending
In the third quarter of 2018, Square spent 15.4% of its revenue on product development and 13.2% on sales and marketing activities.
Can Square Keep Up the Pace in the Fastest-Growing Division?
Square (SQ) operates three main business divisions: Transaction, Subscription and Services, and Hardware.
A Look at PayPal’s Recent Moves in Europe
PayPal (PYPL) has in recent months made moves aimed at growing its foothold in Europe.
What’s PayPal Pursuing in Germany?
Earlier this month, PayPal announced that it was introducing its business lending service in Germany.
Square Is Examining the Potential Impact of Consumer Lending
Square expects its Square Installments consumer loans to enable merchants on its network to make more sales.
Can LendingClub Seize the Opportunity Ahead?
LendingClub is a leader in the P2P (peer-to-peer) lending market, meaning that it’s well-positioned to capitalize on the strong demand for P2P loans.
Buyouts and Partnerships to Expand Visa’s Global Reach
Visa (V) is making efforts to stay ahead in the payment industry, which is experiencing tremendous growth.
Why Square Is Exciting Wall Street
Square is set to release its second-quarter earnings results at a time when several Wall Street companies have issued notes in praise of the company.
How PayPal Grew Bigger than Its Parent eBay
At the time PayPal (PYPL) was reporting its 3Q17 results on October 19, it had a market capitalization (or market cap) of $80.8 billion.