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As a freelancer turned business owner, it seems like I'm always invoicing someone or paying an invoice. At first, when my business wasn't much more than an idea, I used Square to accept online payments. It worked perfectly for the first 6 months or so.
Why haven't consumers fully welcomed mobile payments yet? If consumers are like me, it's most likely because they have several concerns surrounding mobile payments.
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The HotTopic of the week is the Chinese New Year, going from the year of the Goat to the year of the Monkey. It's a huge celebration in China. It is the biggest migration of all species on the planet at that particular time of the year.
There's really no way to make moving money faster.
It will be introduced in select U.S. stores Thursday, with more to come after the holidays.
The mobile payment service will be available in new countries starting this week.
A graduate from Stanford where she was a competitive swimmer, Lisa led her Silicon Valley-based startup since its creation in 2010 and has been pivotal in turning the often "old school" perception of point of sale on its head, beating out established competitors and new market entrants alike.
I don't do a lot in terms of selling products and services. My small business revolves around providing content to clients, and collecting later by invoicing through FreshBooks or PayPal. However, I know plenty of small business owners who need storefront solutions.
The American shopper has drastically changed their habits in just a few years. People are mobile and so are their shopping behaviors whether they are paying online, at home, walking down the street or in the physical store.
Banking isn't the only industry with a keen interest in mobile payments -- the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad