|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||144.57 - 145.73|
|52-week range||99.51 - 148.45|
|PE ratio (TTM)||36.07|
|Earnings date||31 Oct 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.88 (0.61%)|
|1y target est||154.97|
PayPal Holdings made friends out of Visa and MasterCard last year, but now PayPal's stock is trading at a higher multiple.
Today Mastercard announced that it will be opening up access to its blockchain technology via its API published on Mastercard Developers. Mastercard’s blockchain solution provides a new way for consumers, businesses and banks to transact and is key to the company’s strategy to provide payment solutions that meet every need of financial institutions and their end-customers.
Today Mastercard launched the Grow Your Biz Contest in support of Bank of America Business Advantage, calling all Boston area small business owners to pitch their businesses for the opportunity to win $25,000 and expert one-on-one advice.
Mastercard Incorporated today announced that Martina Hund-Mejean, chief financial officer, will present at the Citi 2017 Financial Technology Conference in New York City on Tuesday, November 7.
The Supreme Court next year will hear arguments for a case in which 11 states accused American Express of harming competition.
Julian Assange thanked Washington after it pushed companies like MasterCard to block payments to WikiLeaks in 2010, forcing him to use bitcoin.
The cost of a plate of food in the world’s poorest countries can reach hundreds of US dollars in purchasing power equivalent, new research from the World Food Programme and Mastercard has shown.
The cost of a plate of food in the world’s poorest countries can reach hundreds of US dollars in purchasing power equivalent, new research from the World Food Programme and Mastercard has shown. There, a simple plate of food such as a bean stew costs US$1.20 to make. The study also calculates the percentage of average daily income it takes in each given country to purchase a simple plate of food.
The Trump Administration will lay out a new Iran strategy Friday in which the President will seek to "strengthen" the deal, says the Secretary of State.
Bernstein's Lisa Ellis, the No. 1-ranked payments analyst, thinks Visa and MasterCard will hold their own amid the "real" rise of bitcoin.
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Mastercard today announced the “This Could Be You” World Series Sweepstakes, giving baseball fanatics a chance to hand out championship gear to the 2017 World Series champions right on the field right after the final out of the World Series presented by YouTube TV.
Mastercard today set a goal to reach 200,000 girls aged 10-13 around the world with its signature Girls4Tech™ program by 2020. The commitment was made as the company kicked off a global marathon of STEM workshops in celebration of the International Day of the Girl.
Mastercard today announced that Gary Flood, President of Global Products and Solutions, will depart the company at the end of 2017. Flood joined Mastercard in 1986 in the sales organization, was an architect of the product, services and digital solutions offerings and has championed the transformation to a technology-focused company.
Mastercard (MA) continues to form strategic alliances in order to strengthen its geographical presence and improve the quality of offerings.
PayPal shares closed at a new high on Thursday, as the company kept doing what it does best. Shares of the payment processor have soared in recent months thanks to a host of new partnership arrangements with players like Facebook, Baidu, and Citi. On Thursday, PayPal announced that it was expanding one of its most important agreements, with Mastercard, to include customers in Canada, Europe, Latin America, and several more regions.
Shares of PayPal (PYPL) surged over 2.50% to reach a new all-time high on Thursday, and now many investors might be wondering if they should get in on the digital payment company, despite it breaking through a brand new threshold.
Mastercard and WeWork are creating a digitally-connected environment at WeWork 600 California Street in San Francisco by deploying Internet of Things technologies that will reshape how people live, work and play.
Mastercard (NYSE:MA) and PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) today announced a significant expansion of their longstanding partnership into Canada, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean and the Middle East and Africa to enhance customer choice, optimize the consumer experience and make Mastercard a clear payment option within PayPal across the globe. With the addition of these markets – and following the recent expansion of their partnership into the U.S. and Asia Pacific – Mastercard and PayPal have now reached a global agreement.
Oct.19 -- Samuel Palmisano, former IBM chief executive officer, and Ajay Banga, Mastercard's chief executive officer, discuss the fight against cyber threats with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets."