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Facebook

Facebook Considering Paying Some of Its Users for Their Posts

The social network is soliciting feedback from some users about the types of revenue earning features they would be in interested in, such as a tip jar to collect money for their content or a marketpl...
Payments

Here's When It's OK to Work for Free

These tips provide a guideline of when it's acceptable to provide work for no fee.
Salary

Understanding the Science and Psychology of Open Salaries

It's taboo to share your salary with everyone, but being transparent about payment is very beneficial for businesses. Find out why.
Uber

Uber Will Now Instantly Pay Drivers In Need

Car-hailing provider Uber is now making it easier for drivers to collect cash whenever they want.
Payments

Mastercard Is Expanding Its 'Selfie Pay' Capabilities

The credit card company first tested its facial recognition capabilities in August in the United States in October.
Payments

8 Startups Changing How Payments Work

WePay, GoCardless and Openbucks are just a few companies offering payment services that are evolving with the online retail world.
Payments

5 Online Payment Tips That Improve Conversion

To keep customers from abandoning the sale do everything to make the process smooth.
Mobile Payments

Apple May Launch a Venmo Competitor

Square, Facebook and Google have also entered the peer-to-peer payments space.
IPO

Square Finally Files for an IPO

The electronics payments company plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol 'SQ.'
Payments and Collections

10 Ways to Avoid the 'Elephant in the Room': Not Getting Paid

Don't let a cash crunch ruin the good thing you have with your customer.
Microsoft

Microsoft Offers Up to $100,000 to People Who Identify Security Bugs

Having just released Windows 10, the tech giant is looking to pay out big bucks to bug hunters.
News and Trends

SEC Says Companies Must Share CEO-Employee Compensation Ratio With Investors

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's new rules have been opposed by many trade groups.
Credit Cards

Say Hello to EMV, the Technology That Makes Credit Cards Safer (Infographic)

Come Oct. 1, EMV chips will make it incredibly difficult for fraudsters to acquire sensitive credit card data.
Payments and Collections

12 Billing Mistakes That Make It Harder for Your Business to Get Paid

A little effort upfront to get your invoices right often results in much more reliable cash flow.
Money

Citigroup Is Testing Its Own Bitcoin: 'Citicoin'

Taking a page out of Bitcoin's playbook, the banking giant is exploring innovative ways to transact across borders without a bank account.