On the Web:
- PayPal’s Q2 2015 Results - PayPal Forward Blog - "But if there is one number that really stands out, it’s that PayPal continues to grow at double the rate of e-commerce. This means we’re gaining share across the globe as we partner with the world’s top retailers and many of the leading next-generation commerce pioneers."
- Ebay Will Get Along Without Its Pal - Wall St. Journal - "Then there is the question of what to do with two stocks in investors’ portfolios where before there was one. If only one is to be kept, many may prefer PayPal."
- Facebook Adds Buy Button Integration As It Continues To Reinvent Pages - TechCrunch - "It’s been over a year since Facebook started testing its buy button in ads on the newsfeed, and it appears that the company is now ready to take the service to its next logical progression with dedicated shops on Pages where users can browse for and purchase items."
- Meet Google’s “Eddystone”—a flexible, open source iBeacon fighter - ArsTechnica - "Move over iBeacon—today Google is launching "Eddystone," an open source, cross-platform Bluetooth LE beacon format."
- Capital One exec: banking is the ripest industry for disruption - Fortune - “The winners will be the ones that become a technology business and not remain as an old school banking company.”
- Bitcoin Trends In The First Half Of 2015 - Coinable Blog - "While the price of bitcoin is down 9% year-to-date, if you look below the surface it is clear that Bitcoin had a strong first half and is making great strides as digital money for people around the world and a payment network for innovation."
On the Wires:
- eBay Inc. Reports Second Quarter Results - "We are very pleased with our overall Q2 performance. PayPal and eBay both delivered strong Q2 results and have strong momentum. Dan, Devin and their respective teams are executing well and are prepared to create the next great chapter for PayPal and eBay," said eBay Inc. President and CEO John Donahoe.
Glenbrook's 2015 Payments Education
- Our next Payments Boot Camp session is scheduled for August 4-5 in Mountain View, California followed by a one-day Insight Workshop on August 6 on the topic of Data in Payments.
- If you have questions about our payments education program, please contact Carol Coye Benson for more information.
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