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Stripe built a payments powerhouse by focusing on e-commerce. Now it’s following its customers into bricks and mortar.

“The San Francisco-based upstart, founded in 2010 by brothers Patrick and John Collison, is hoping to make a big splash into brick-and-mortar retail next and is unveiling a new product called Stripe Terminal that it believes will take it there. The new offering, fueled by the acquisition earlier this year of a software startup called Index, […]
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Globalization Helped Make Stripe a $23 Billion Company. Here’s What Comes Next

“In 2010, when Patrick Collison founded Stripe Inc. with his younger brother John, he thought the world was headed toward ever-increasing globalization, economic stability and international commerce. Now, based on the events of the last couple years, no one holds “so Panglossian a view,” said the 30-year-old chief executive officer. “There are more headwinds to global economic integration than there […]

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Cross River Bank Partners With Stripe To Power The Marketplace Economy With Push-To-Card Payments

“Cross River Bank, a fast-growing provider of banking services for financial technology companies, today announced that it has established a partnership with Stripe to help those in the marketplace economy – such as workers in ridesharing, food delivery, and other freelance occupations – by providing them with access to their earnings through push-to-card payments.”