Executives from Rapyd, PayPal and Goldman Sachs join Bond


Executives from Rapyd, PayPal and Goldman Sachs join Bond

Bond has increased its industry-leading team with the addition of senior executives from Rapyd, PayPal and Goldman Sachs

How this self-proclaimed ‘PayPal for businesses’ is helping clients pay tariff fees

BNN Bloomberg speaks with Marwan Forzley, CEO of Veem, the first company to execute $300-million worth of payments through blockchain. He talks about leveraging this technology in the global payments space and other key trends he’s watching, including how trade tensions are affecting business transactions globally.

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Behind PayPal’s operation to stop cybertheft

Retailers are projected to report record sales of nearly $3.4 billion for this Cyber Monday, and online sales through the holiday season could soar to more than $91 billion. Online payment giant PayPal expects a more than 40 percent growth in total payment volume over last year. Only on “CBS This Morning,” John Blackstone got a tour of PayPal’s command center in San Jose, California, where they’re making sure cybercriminals are kept at bay.

Down 80%, Is PayPal a Massive Bargain for Patient Investors?

Despite continuing to grow its revenue and user base in a difficult environment, PayPal (PYPL) is trading near its 52-week lows. This company is generating billions in free cash flow annually and is making smart moves, and it has jumped to the top of my watch list.

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What’s Killing Paypal’s Growth?

Paypal is a powerhouse in the digital payment industry with a market valuation of over $84 billion. But the company’s stock performance has suffered immensely over the past few years. After reaching new heights during the pandemic, shares of the company saw significant losses. In February, Paypal also announced it would lay off 2,000 employees, accounting for about 7% of its workforce. So what is happening with Paypal? And can its stock recover?

00:00 — Introduction
01:26 — Early successes
04:52 — Economic climate
08:06 — Future of the business

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What’s Killing Paypal’s Growth?