News and Articles About Payments
On the last day of the public comment period over the proposed equity crowdfunding rules, a slew of stakeholders wrote into the SEC on the topic of liability in the case of fraud.
The Mission Main Street Grants Program disperses money and a trip to Google Headquarters to 12 winning small-business owners.
The new reader is compatible with more devices and is available to new users for free.
University of Nicosia in Cyprus announced today that it will accept the digital-only currency as legal tender for tuition and fees.
The owner of a Subway shop in Allentown, Pa., is now accepting the virtual currency as payment for sandwiches.
The virtual currency skyrocketed above $600 on the Mt. Gox exchange as a Senate panel prepares to discuss Bitcoin regulation.
With Coin, a person can consolidate this or her wallet into one, simple, digital card.
A DIY crowdfunding app cuts out the middleman.
The San Francisco-based publishing house known for its snark and devilish sarcasm has challenged the idea of what it means to succeed with a crowdfunding campaign.
For our series College Treps, entrepreneur Dwight Peters gets 10 successful Kickstarter creators to open up about what made their campaign a hit.
Doing business with big companies means it might be a while before you're paid. Here are three key people to know to speed up the process.
You need a crowd to fund your idea. Here are the sources you should tap to spread the word about your crowdfunding campaign.
The company's new program, Startup Blueprint, provides free transaction services and support to tech startups making less than $3 million a year.
Users of Australian crowdfunding platform Pozible can raise money for their venture using the online-only currency.
During a six-month high in the value of Bitcoin, a venture-backed startup has released an iPhone app that lets you buy, sell and trade bitcoins from your mobile phone.
Tax reform is happening. Kind of. And slowly. Here are some predictions of how it might all play out.
Not all of your customers will be ready to buy the first time you meet them. Here's how to turn prospective buyers into loyal customers.
With Square Cash, peer-to-peer transfers link to users' checking accounts and debit cards and are free to use.
PayPal's latest rollout, which allows merchants to accept payment through an application that scans QR codes, is one in a string of developments aimed at overhauling the way customers pay for goods.
About 250,000 people use Dwolla, a payment network that charges just 25 cents for transactions of $10 or more. Dwolla's transactions on pace to total $1 billion in 2013.
Stealth startup Clinkle announced Branson would be added to the long list of investors banking on its mysterious product being a grand slam.
New service can save business owners the time and hassle of manually feeding accounting data into QuickBooks.
The revamped app comes with more payment options and social features, among others.
From bartering to bitcoins, this fun graphic takes a look at the long evolution of how customers pay for what they want.
Virtual currency Bitcoin has been making headlines recently. Don't worry if you still don't know what it's all about. This motiongraphic breaks it down.