88.75 +0.17 (0.19%)
After hours: 7:53PM EDT
|Bid||88.62 x 2900|
|Ask||88.75 x 800|
|Day's Range||86.59 - 88.72|
|52 Week Range||57.31 - 89.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||56.42|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||89.79|
Sifting through an inbox stuffed with studies and data after a week of vacation: Artificial intelligence's value. AI continues to spark debate about its impact on American jobs and human interaction, but its value to corporate America is growing in lead generation, operational efficiency, customer engagement, and risk management. GlobalData's Disruptor Database culled data the last few months that illustrate significant business implications for tech and non-tech companies.
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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / July 13, 2018 / PayPal and Intelstat both saw gains in Thursday’s trading session on positive developments. PayPal shares rose higher after Uber said it would soon have a “Pay with Venmo” option that will allow users to pay with Venmo on Uber and Uber Eats. Intelsat saw gains after announcing that it has aligned on a market-based proposal for the future use of the lower C-band spectrum in the U.S. with SES and Eutelsat.
Shares of Paypal (PYPL) surged more than 3.3% on Thursday after the company announced an expanded partnership with Uber. Uber riders could already use their Paypal (PYPL) balance to pay for trips, but now that ability will also include Paypal-owned mobile payment app Venmo.
Founded in 2009, Venmo began as a payment system through text message. Within months of its launch in March 2012, Venmo gained enough popularity that Braintree acquired the company for $26.2 million. Braintree, operating as the payment system for apps including Airbnb and Uber, was later acquired with Venmo by payment tycoon PayPal Holdings Inc. ( PYPL).
On Thursday, July 12, Uber and Venmo, which is owned by PayPal Inc. Customers will now be able to pay for Uber rides and Uber Eats through their Venmo accounts. The press release announced that customers will not face any additional fees for using the Venmo app.
More than six million payments on Venmo mentioned “Uber” in their description over the past year, making a seamless connection between the two apps a natural fit. Uber customers in the United States ordering rides and food will soon be able to pay with their Venmo balance, linked bank account, credit card or debit card so they can easily split the cost with friends and family in the Venmo app, for no additional fee. “Adding Venmo as a way to pay within Uber and Uber Eats furthers our mission to provide a seamless way to pay for the services that matter most to our customers,” said Bill Ready, Chief Operating Officer, PayPal.
The battle to become the country’s preeminent cashless mobile payment platform is heating up. Starting Thursday, Uber Technologies Inc. riders in the U.S. will see a "Pay with Venmo" option when selecting a payment method for their trips. The feature will appear right next to Apple Pay, Apple Inc.’s competing mobile payment service.
The stock market was solidly higher early Thursday on easing trade war fears. Shares of PayPal hit a new high.