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The Worst PayPal Holdings, Inc. Headlines in 2015

By Asit Sharma - Jan 3, 2016 at 9:15PM

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With roughly half a year under its belt as an independent public company, PayPal Holdings, Inc. received fairly neutral treatment in the press in 2015. Nonetheless, a few headlines were particularly ominous.

After its debut as a public company in mid-July of last year, PayPal Holdings (PYPL -0.70%) ended the year virtually flat, with a loss of just under 1.5%. The press the company received was similarly rather neutral, without an overwhelming bias to either the positive or negative.

Still, a few headlines regarding the company should be unsettling to investors. To see PayPal's worst headlines in 2015, and for context on their potential impact, simply click through the following presentation.

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