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PAYPAL HOLDINGS INC
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PayPal Holdings, Inc. engages in the development of technology platforms for digital payments. The company is headquartered in San Jose, California and currently employs 29,900 full-time employees. The company went IPO on 2015-07-06. The firm's payment solutions enable its customers to connect, transact, and send and receive payments, whether they are online or in person. The company operates a global, two-sided network at scale that connects merchants and consumers with 435 million active accounts across more than 200 markets. Its brands include PayPal, Braintree, Venmo, Xoom, Hyperwallet, PayPal Zettle, PayPal Honey, and Paidy. The company enables consumers to exchange funds with merchants using a variety of funding sources, which include a bank account, a PayPal or Venmo account balance, PayPal and Venmo branded credit products, including its installment products, a credit card, a debit card, certain cryptocurrencies, or other stored value products such as gift cards, and eligible rewards. The company also offers consumers person-to-person (P2P) payment solutions.
PAYPAL HOLDINGS INC
2211 N 1st St
San Jose CALIFORNIA 95131
CEO: Daniel H. Schulman
This trio all trade for valuations well below their historical averages.
PayPal wants to be more than an online payment processor.
These companies' stocks could soar as inflation eases over the next year.
Tech tensions between the U.S. and China continue to heat up. Micron is stuck in the middle, and Apple's looking to future-proof its supply chain.
This payments giant can prove to be a very attractive long-term investment.
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