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Customers want better mobile experiences and retailers aren’t living up to these expectations.
PayPal has agreed to pay a large settlement fee for allegedly processing transactions from individuals based in countries under sanction.
PayStand has launched an all-in-one mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solution in the US—a mobile app that enables check, credit card, and bitcoin payments.
In a bid to better secure omni-channel commerce, Israel-based Forter has expanded its fraud prevention platform to enable the protection of phone orders.
Mobile apps are driving the e-commerce and online marketing worlds, and many companies are struggling to understand how mobile apps help them make money—or why they’re not.
Global Payments has announced its latest acquisition, Realex Payments. The finalized contract terms indicated that the deal was worth over $126 million.
Google’s Pony Express has nothing to do with horses, but has everything to do with the intersection of email and the management of finances.
On-demand services and marketplaces can now use Stripe Connect for nitty-gritty back-office payments.
A new article in Time Magazine argues that Facebook will lose money on its mobile payment venture.
Kabbage, an online loan provider for SMBs, announced plans to license its robust platform.
SEQR has put QR codes to work to provide mobile payments in Spain.
Square has partnered with Canada-based Jobber to provide a complete management solution to service businesses.
We speak with Harper Reed, CEO of Modest, about identifying and solving the problems involved with mobile shopping.
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi may have the answer for mobile wallet adoption: free money for mobile wallet users.