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Crowdfunding: risky but rewarding
With stock price tumbling, shareholder lawyers see Groupon as juicy target

T-Mobile USA officially launches a pay-as-you-go refill app for Android devices

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T-Mobile USA has announced a partnership with electronics payments provider Vesta, as it officially rolls out the T-Mobile Refill Android app, which lets pay-as-you-go customers top-up their credit directly through their Android device. Launched on Google Play quietly a few weeks ago, T-Mobile Refill allows consumers to initiate a one-time...
T-Mobile USA officially launches a pay-as-you-go refill app for Android devices
Why Groupon is poised for collapse

Surprise! JP Morgan Chase Is A Winner In The Square-Starbucks Deal (JPM, BAC, SBUX)

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There's an interesting wrinkle to Starbucks' agreement to invest $25 million in Square and use it for in-store smartphone payments. JP Morgan Chase is an investor in Square, and Square uses the bank's Chase Paymentech subsidiary to process debit and credit transactions. We're told that Starbucks has been using Bank...
Surprise! JP Morgan Chase Is A Winner In The Square-Starbucks Deal (JPM, BAC, SBUX)
Swipely hits its stride combining payments, analytics and loyalty

Boot up: Groupon's fatal flaw?, Linux in Zambia, Windows 8's no-Start, and more

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Plus Android, developers and fragmentation, getting kids coding, the Legislation API and moreA quick burst of 11 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamWhy Groupon is poised for collapse >> VentureBeatWhy? for starters, it's not a coupon company nor a marketing company. At its core,...
Boot up: Groupon's fatal flaw?, Linux in Zambia, Windows 8's no-Start, and more

SEC maybe investigating Groupon. Oops!

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Rocky Agarwal has to be feeling pretty vindicated right about now. He has been blogging about Groupon and its business model, screaming that it has more holes than swiss cheese for almost 18-months. A report in the Wall Street Journal suggests that the Securities & Exchange Commission is looking into...
SEC maybe investigating Groupon. Oops!

Braintree adds instant approval to its payment platform

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Braintree, the company powering payments for Uber, Airbnb, LivingSocial and AngryBirds, is now making it a lot faster for developers to sign-up with its service. Braintree is introducing Braintree Instant, which allows developers to start accepting payments within 30 minutes of registration. Previously, it took only 30 minutes to integrate with...
Braintree adds instant approval to its payment platform
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?