The shift is part of a bigger plan.
Chatting with text is so 2014.
Moving money still means lending money.
By focusing on apps and developers, Braintree’s Bill Ready created a future PayPal almost missed. Lucky thing he already works there.
A plastic card for retail payments has disappeared from its website, suggesting a focus on its mobile app.
With new products to roll out to consumers, merchants, and developers, there was no time to wait.
Makes sense, since PayPal bought Braintree for its appeal to app makers like Uber and HotelTonight. But where will they work?
At our latest ReadWriteMix, the payments chief told us how he’s changing his company—and the way you pay.
On January 21, join ReadWrite editor-in-chief Owen Thomas as he quizzes PayPal’s chief about making payments less painful in the era of Bitcoin.
To woo app developers and win local commerce, PayPal needs to do more.
A new device, Beacon, helps locate you inside brick-and-mortar stores. It’s part of PayPal’s push into physical retail.