Pulling out a wad of cash, or writing a check at the Whole Foods checkout counter, are already outmoded ways of paying for goods. And as mobile payment systems continue to evolve, plastic credit cards could be on their way out the door as well.
The E-Verify system garnered an 87 on a 100-point scale for overall satisfaction from users in 2014, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced. Users’ satisfaction with the federal government’s electronic employment eligibility verification system increased 1 point over the…
Two tech mavericks, Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc., the company formerly known as Google, made some grown-up moves on Thursday, amid earnings reports that were better-than-expected, and Wall Street applauded.
EBay Inc. reported slightly better third-quarter results than Wall Street was expecting Wednesday, fueling a surge of optimism among investors that perhaps the company will be just fine without its faster-growing PayPal payments business.
Yahoo Inc. prepares to spin out its last of its Alibaba Holdings and focus on its core business with lackluster financial results, it is also preparing investors and employees for yet another round of product closures and likely layoffs.
The main trade association for the fantasy-sports industry has received a grand jury subpoena in an ongoing federal investigation into the legality and practices of the fast-growing fantasy sports business, according to a person familiar with the matter.
LinkedIn’s new recruiting products aim to revolutionize the employee referral process and simplify data-driven recruiting for hiring teams. Eduardo Vivas, head of product for LinkedIn’s Talent Solutions business, revealed Oct. 14, 2015, what his team has been working on over the past 20 months at…