EBay boss John Donahoe this week said he's glad to see the back of 2014, but with several thousand job losses set for 2015, as well as a major bit of PayPal-related restructuring to deal with, 2015 will hardly be a walk in the park, either.
A vast majority of people in the U.S. either owe or are owed a small amount of money and PayPal wants to make sure that payment is sent. They have launched a new service directly to tackle the problem of not paying for small loans.
PayPal has been ordered to pay $25 million in refunds and government fines by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after an investigation was launched into the company signing up customers for credit lines they did not ask for.
A new PayPal user agreement that's set to take effect at the start of July opts users into receiving robocalls and ads, and even lets the company make contact through phone numbers that users haven't even given to the company.
Alibaba used to be in a death-grip battle with online auction giant eBay over China’s burgeoning online auction market…a battle that Albaba largesly won when eBay pulled back from the Chinese market and sunk assets into a joint venture with the…
Shell UK and PayPal will start offering drivers the option of using an app to pay for their fuel at 1,000 UK gas stations from April, without leaving their cars. Apple's competing Apple Pay mobile payments system has yet to launch in the UK.
Shell U.K. has launched its pay-at-the-pump PayPal service, which allows customers to purchase gasoline without entering the store. Called Fill Up & Go, the service is a part of the Shell Motorist app and works with Android and Apple devices.