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Weekly 10-Q: PayPal backpedals on misinformation policy — faces blowback, stock dips

  • Last week, PayPal apologized for the confusion over a new policy that threatened to fine users for "promoting misinformation" -- but is it too late for damage control?
  • In other news, is Apple becoming a bank?
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AI is a theme every week, but what made this week different?

  • With AI constantly in the conversation, we look at some of the recent developments in the field that have stood out this week.
  • Nubank acquires data intelligence firm Hyperplane and PayPal appoints a Walmart executive as CTO to enhance its AI capabilities. On the flip side, banking jobs could face increased vulnerability due to AI.
Sara Khairi | July 01, 2024
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‘In health but not in sickness’: Wells Fargo might be having second thoughts about its partnership with Bilt

  • Wells Fargo and Bilt's partnership over the co-branded credit cards appears to be teetering on the brink of trouble.
  • The scenario is seemingly advantageous for the other two parties involved — Bilt and consumers — but less so for Wells Fargo, which naturally aimed to gain more than it stood to lose.
Sara Khairi | June 24, 2024
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Challenger or collaborator: Affirm’s BNPL is on its way to joining Apple Pay

  • The collaboration between Affirm and Apple is different, particularly because Apple also provides its own direct-to-consumer BNPL service.
  • The Affirm-Apple partnership offers positive outcomes for both firms given Apple Pay Later does not directly challenge Affirm's BNPL offering.
Sara Khairi | June 17, 2024
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Brilliantly Boring since 1865: Why PNC Bank’s brand campaign is both clever and creative

  • PNC Bank's 'Brilliantly Boring' campaign highlights its checking, savings, and digital banking tools -- but with a twist.
  • The bank has no qualms in embracing that 'banking SHOULD be boring', as boring in today's chaotic world equates to smart, steady, dependable -- all words you want from your bank.
Sara Khairi | June 10, 2024
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Shopping and financial services: The match we didn’t know we needed

  • The latest trend shaking up the industry is the increasing convergence of shopping and financial services.
  • Joining the fray after Chase is PayPal, the newest entrant in the advertising market. PayPal may not attract the same criticism as Chase but it could face a different type of challenge [hint: data privacy] that requires its attention and adept handling.
Sara Khairi | June 03, 2024
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