Jan 22, 2020

Facebook's Shock PayPal Poach Is Ultimate Move For Your Mobile Money

Facebook’s shock announcement - that it is poaching PayPal President David Marcus to run its messaging business - is its most audacious, defiant aim at being the company to transfer your mobile money - so far. It faces a long road ahead to success, however, because of its current official lack of such an operation. The move to appoint Marcus, who has a strong business and mobile coding...

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