Thursday, February 22, 2018
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Providing aid to those hardest hit by hurricane

Relief news: Those who want to make donations to those affected by Hurricane Harvey can use a variety of methods, including texting and PayPal, to give. Read more:

PayPal to use Swift financial for bigger working capital loans

PayPal has big plans for its latest acquisition, small business lender Swift Financial. PayPal today announced its first acquisition since picking up TIO Read more:

Recent PayPal Earnings Show Benefit Of Non-GAAP

A breakdown of recent PayPal earnings news proves the benefits of non-GAAP accounting compared to GAAP accounting for Wall Street figures and company value. Read more:

PayPal opens two labs in India to ride FinTech, AI wave

PayPal India labs will focus on deep tech: ML/AI, computer vision, IoT, wireless communication, AR/VR, and robotics. Read more:

You can now use Skype to send money to friends

Skype is integrating with PayPal to enable users to send money to their contacts while chatting over iOS and Android mobile devices. Read more:

New partnership turns PayPal into Apple App Store payment option

PayPal announced partnership with Apple to allow shoppers pay for their purchases at the App Store using PayPal. The feature will be available on Apple devices. Read more:

Online lender LendUp nets investment from PayPal

San Francisco-based LendUp has received an undisclosed investment from digital payments giant PayPal. Read more:

Venmo tests physical debit card

Venmo is planning to introduce a physical debit card to supplement its payments app, according to Recode. Read more:

PayPal small business financing scheme advances £400m

By PayPal Today PayPal revealed its small business financing scheme has provided more than 400 million pounds to British small businesses. Read more:

Tech companies invade banks’ territory with customer loans

Amazon’s push into lending shows how banking has been radically reshaped since the crisis and how traditional banks are facing tough new competition: