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PayPal’s Future Will Be Built on Partnerships

PayPal’s Future Will Be Built on Partnerships

by July 22, 2016 at 10:58 am 2 comments

PayPal‘s partnership with Visa is only the beginning, according to CEO Dan Schulman. The payments industry was awash in rumors of a PayPal-Visa partnership this week, and yesterday, when both companies reporting their Q2 earnings, the rumor was shown to be true. Exact terms of the deal were not disclosed.Read More

Visa Warns PayPal of All-Out Competitive War

Visa Warns PayPal of All-Out Competitive War

by June 1, 2016 at 12:24 pm 7 comments

Visa may soon start targeting PayPal in ways you’ve “never seen before,” its CEO has warned investors. PayPal has long been walking the line with traditional payment networks. So when asked about the “friend or foe” debate with PayPal, Visa CEO Charles Scharf said out loud recently what many have long been thinking:Read More

Visa Checkout Hits 7 Million Users, and Visa Europe Should Push That a Lot Higher

Visa Checkout Hits 7 Million Users, and Visa Europe Should Push That a Lot Higher

by November 3, 2015 at 10:59 am 0 comments

PayPal, take notes. Visa yesterday disclosed that it has “more than 7 million registered users” for its Visa Checkout service, a PayPal competitor. PayPal counts 173 million active users. Visa Checkout was launched in Aug. 2014. MasterCard, by comparison, has not announced how many registered users it has for itsRead More

Neiman Marcus' new mobile app shows focus on online commerce.

Retailers — Like Neiman Marcus — Bullish on Visa Checkout

by August 11, 2014 at 4:18 pm 0 comments

Retailers, like Neiman Marcus, are excited about Visa Checkout.

Visa Digital Focused on Partnerships, Acquiring Tech Talent

Visa Digital Focused on Partnerships, Acquiring Tech Talent

by August 8, 2014 at 3:16 pm 1 comment

Even payment giants like Visa get nervous about digital disruption in financial services.

Visa Puts Another Bullet in Mobile Wallets by Dumping V.me

Visa Puts Another Bullet in Mobile Wallets by Dumping V.me

by July 16, 2014 at 6:09 pm 5 comments

It’s yet another black day for mobile wallets. Visa unveiled a new service today called Visa Checkout that lets users conduct e-commerce transactions. The service essentially replaces V.me, Visa’s mobile wallet product, and can be seen as a pullback from mobile payments at the point of sale into the simpler e-commerce and m-commerce space. The www.v.me URL now forwards to Visa Checkout.