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Bringing Banking To Immigrants & Unbanked, m-Via Rebrands As Boom Financial, Closes On $17 Million In Funding

techcrunch.com
Global mobile money transfer service m-Via is officially rebranding as Boom Financial today as it announces the close of a $17 million round of funding, led by mobile operator Digicel Group Ltd. The carrier stretches across 31 markets, including the Caribbean, Central America and South Pacific – all geographies Boom...
Bringing Banking To Immigrants & Unbanked, m-Via Rebrands As Boom Financial, Closes On $17 Million In Funding
Prepaid cards return to Google Wallet; Google apologizes with free $5 credit

Google’s says sorry with $5 deposit to Google Wallet users

9to5google.com
Google underwent a firestorm last month over security concerns and provisioning difficulties with its Google Wallet service, and now the Internet giant is doling out $5 to users as an apology for the fiasco. Upon opening Google Wallet today, users will each notice a bonus added to their pre-paid...
Google’s says sorry with $5 deposit to Google Wallet users

Visa Europe signs new three-year deal with Monitise to expand its mobile banking services across Europe

thenextweb.com
Visa Europe has signed a new three-year deal with Monitise to develop and expand its various Mobile Money solutions, which support mobile banking, payments and commerce networks, to more leading financial institutions across Europe. The extended partnership means that Monitise is guaranteed minimum revenues of €45 million over the next three...
Visa Europe signs new three-year deal with Monitise to expand its mobile banking services across Europe

Visa to buy a 15% stake in UK mobile shopping firm Mobile Money Network

thenextweb.com
Visa Europe is to acquire a 15 percent stake in Mobile Money Network (MMN), a London-based mobile commerce company. Terms of the investment were not disclosed. Visa Europe will take a seat on the MMN board, which is chaired by Sir Stuart Rose, former executive chairman and CEO of Marks...
Visa to buy a 15% stake in UK mobile shopping firm Mobile Money Network
Current Google Wallet customers given $5 on pre-paid cards for all the provisioning hassles

Google Wallet users get $5 apology as prepaid service resumes in full after security issues

thenextweb.com
Following recent trouble with Google Wallet, Google is giving all prepaid users of its mobile payments system a small piece of compensation by adding $5 to their accounts, as members of the Rootz Wiki discovered. The move is part of a wider apology from Google after issues arose last month...
Google Wallet users get $5 apology as prepaid service resumes in full after security issues

Sir Stuart Rose: 'They say we can't afford to retire, and I don't want to'

www.guardian.co.uk
The former Marks & Spencer's executive chairman says he has been 'an employee all his life': now, at 63, he quite fancies being his own bossSir Stuart Rose may use part of the £34m fortune he amassed during a career running Arcadia and Marks & Spencer to "buy a business"...
Sir Stuart Rose: 'They say we can't afford to retire, and I don't want to'

Universal Music UK teams up with Pretty Green and Mobile Money Network to sell vinyl

thenextweb.com
The nostalgic hiss and crackle of vinyl records (ask your parents), the classic albums and gate-folds of yesteryear with built in scratch paranoia and occasional coffee cup ring imprinted on the artwork; all of this is usually thought of as a fond memory. But although the trade in vinyl is...
Universal Music UK teams up with Pretty Green and Mobile Money Network to sell vinyl
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