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This startup now has millions in no-strings-attached money because one of Silicon Valley’s most famous VC firms had to walk away from the deal
Sequoia Capital led Finix's Series B round, but later told it that there was a conflict of interest: Finix was competing with a Sequoia-backed company
‘Interesting tightrope to be on’: PayPal’s credit chief balances coronavirus threat against healthy consumer demand
"It's really weird to see how strong the consumer is and how volatile everything still is," Esch said.
"When you don't understand how money gets made, it gets made in ways you don't like."
Alfieri, one of Business Insider's 2019 Rising Stars of Wall Street, lays out the biggest themes to watch for fintech in 2020.
Cash App does not work internationally, and you can only use the app within the US and UK. Here's what else you need to know.
We talked to 4 VC investors about the hottest trends in payments and the biggest innovations to keep an eye on
We talked to investors at Andreessen Horowitz, Bain Capital Ventures, Citi Ventures, and Insight Partners.
‘Does Venmo work internationally?’: No, you must be physically located in the US — here’s what you need to know
Venmo does not work internationally — only in the US — so you'll want to use another app to make payments overseas. Here's what you need to know.
Uber is launching ‘Uber Money,’ a financial services team that could help it save money and pay drivers more quickly
The ride-hailing company wants to eventually offer bank accounts to drivers, and possibly even riders.
Currently, bank customers have to wait up to several days for transactions to pull through to their accounts.
The company sold its Caviar food delivery business for $410 million to DoorDash, just five years after buying it for $44.3 million.