Tuesday, September 16, 2014

After Apple Pay cold shoulder, PayPal hits back with 'money should be safer than selfies' ad | ZDNet

Paying hardball

"The ads PayPal paid for this week suggest the company is taking the threat of Apple Pay seriously and not being complacent about its own dominance in online payments.

There may be another reason behind PayPal's ire: Apple has given the cold shoulder to both PayPal and its payments platform subsidiary Braintree. Neither firm appears on Apple's list of "highly recommended" payment gateways for Apple Pay, which include rivals such as Stripe, but also authorize.Net, Chase Paymentech, Cybersource, First Data, and TSYS."
After Apple Pay cold shoulder, PayPal hits back with 'money should be safer than selfies' ad | ZDNet
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