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Rishi Taparia - Issue #43

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This week we look at Adobe's shopping cart, American banks' view of Ant Financial and Tencent, Adyen'
 

Rishi Taparia

May 27 · Issue #43 · View online
Links and posts largely on fintech, commerce, climate and energy with a few random tidbits here and there

This week we look at Adobe’s shopping cart, American banks’ view of Ant Financial and Tencent, Adyen’s quiet rise, lackluster mobile payments adoption in the US, Go-Jek’s expansion plans and more. Enjoy! 

Commerce
Adobe Buys Magento for $1.68 Billion to Target E-Commerce
J.C. Penney CEO Marvin Ellison resigns to join Lowe's as CEO
Visa, Mastercard Push for One-Click Ordering. Retailers Say ‘Not So Fast’
FinTech
Why China’s Payment Apps Give U.S. Bankers Nightmares
All the mouths that credit cards feed
Adyen confirms an IPO in Amsterdam, valuing the payments giant at $7B-$11B
The surprising company beating Apple and Google in mobile payments
Noticeably absent (for now): Alipay and WeChat Pay
Making Sense of Mortgages: The Problem, and the Opportunity
Technology
Indonesia's Go-Jek announces $500 million expansion
112: Deconstructing Google Duplex, with Brian Roemmele
Random Tidbits
Quote I’m thinking about: Genius is a Latin word; the Romans used it to denote an inner spirit, holy and inviolable, which watches over us, guiding us to our calling. A writer writes with his genius; an artist paints with hers; everyone who creates operates from this sacramental center. It is our soul’s seat, the vessel that holds our being-in-potential, our star’s beacon and Polaris.” - Steven Pressfield, The War of Art
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