Fintech is transforming the financial industry from the inside out, and there will be lots of winners and losers. Before you invest, know these basic guidelines to this growing industry.
Shopify's revenue growth continues to wow Wall Street, but not all of its subscription plans are created equal.
Square's new online store looks to compete with other e-commerce platforms.
The provider of the Pink Sheet market completes a busy first quarter by launching new products and integrating the latest additions to its corporate family.
The company is carving out a profitable niche by disrupting legacy accounting services with a cloud-based, software-as-a-service platform.
Discover Financial Services turned a neat trick in its first quarter, one that it has had trouble performing in the recent past: Growing its loan portfolio while keeping loan losses to a minimum.
Here's how the global payment network is securing a number of new deals overseas.
The predictive analytics company took advantage of international opportunities in its second quarter.
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Three reasons why PayPal's "true" revenue growth might be higher than it appears.
Visa is working overtime to lift its dragging cross-border volume growth.
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From humble beginnings to Silicon Valley lore, this digital payments pioneer has survived countless rivals and changed the way we shop forever. But does that make it a good investment today?
The financial services industry is experiencing merger and acquisition activity at unprecedented rates, as new fintech companies disrupt from below and legacy players react to stay relevant.
Venmo is growing as fast as ever, but now it's also getting closer to turning a profit.
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