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    Starbucks looks to advance orders to maintain mobile payments mom... Edit Post

    Starbucks is to rollout a new service across the US that enables customers to order coffee on their mobile device and then collect it in-store — with CEO Howard Schulz expecting a boost to both mobile payments and revenue. The coffee chain launched Mobile Order and Pay in Portland in December 2014 and will now expand ...

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    Transferwise lands $58M backing from Andreessen Horowitz and others Edit Post

    UK company Transferwise received a $58 million infusion from a number of investors, including leading US VC outfit Andreessen Horowitz, in a round that has left the money transfer firm with a hefty valuation. The firm — one of a number in the UK targeting international transfers — will use the new funds for further expansion, ...
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    Monitise confirms third party interest in sale Edit Post

    Following news that it is undergoing a strategic review which could include selling the business, UK mobile money firm Monitise has confirmed that it has “received a number of expressions of interest in a range of potential corporate transactions including a merger with a third party or a sale of the company.” However, the statement added that ...