Mobile payment processor iZettle has reached its 5th birthday, and to celebrate they’re dropping the transaction fees for their biggest sellers to 1%, as well as announcing a new customer engagement feature for small businesses.
Financial technology startup companies are in with the chance of winning funding of £35,000 thanks to a new competition.
According to a report in the Guardian, HMRC is going to have access to traders’ card payment data to ensure that they’re paying the correct amount of tax.
PayPal has announced a new tool to enable small businesses to take card payments using just a mobile phone.
Last week Google announced its earnings for 2011, coming in at a rather impressive $39.7bn (£25bn). But how do they earn all their money?
Google has launched a new service which it hopes will help them show even more detail on businesses in their search results and map listings.
There was quite a surprise announcement in the financial comparison site industry today with the news that Google has bought BeatThatQuote.com for £37.7m.
If you fancy yourself as the next Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne or God-forbid, Deborah Meadon, then Crowdcube offers you the chance of becoming a “Dragon”, investing in start-up businesses.
Mashable reports that mobile payment processor Square has just raised $27.5m dollars from venture capitalists, reportedly valuing the company at $240 million.
Facebook was recently valued at a staggering $50 billion thanks to a $500 million investment by Goldman Sachs.