Payments News – from Glenbrook Partners

  • 05.17.2019: Amazon Leads $575M Investment in Deliveroo - Payments News
    “Amazon is taking a slice of Europe’s food delivery market after the U.S. e-commerce giant led a $575 million investment in Deliveroo . First reported by Sky yesterday , the Series G round was confirmed in an early U.K. morning announcement from Deliveroo, which said that existing backer... read more
  • 05.17.2019: Report Highlights Discrepancies Between What Technology Users Want and What They Adopt - Payments News
    “Despite greater than ever use of smart devices for banking and payments and a desire for the latest technologies, Europeans are some of the most cautious adopters, according to a survey of 15,000 consumers in Europe, America and Australia.”read more
  • 05.17.2019: Apple Pay Set to Debut in 16 Additional European Countries - Payments News
    “Technology giant Apple is set to launch its mobile payment platform Apple Pay for cardholders in 16 additional countries in Eastern Europe, MacRumors has reported. As per the plan, the mobile payments service will now be launched in Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Lithuania, Liech... read more
  • 05.17.2019: JPMorgan to Acquire Healthcare Payments Company InstaMed - Payments News
    “JPMorgan Chase & Co said Friday it is acquiring InstaMed, a U.S. healthcare payments technology company. The deal gives JPMorgan the chance to add a new, niche business sector to its wholesale payments business, which the bank has steadily expanded in recent years.”read more
  • 05.17.2019: Rethinking Loyalty: Rewarding Everyone Is Not Rewarding You – Retail TouchPoints - Payments News
    “The Pareto Principle tells us that 80% of revenue comes from the top 20% of customers; therefore, should these top customers be treated differently? The hospitality industry gets it. So does the financial industry. But in general, the retail industry is still issuing generic loyalty cards to ... read more

Payments News – from Google

Payments News – from Yahoo!