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(3935) 35 Minutes on YouTube Demonetization - YouTube
Conservative corporate totalitarian times. Monopoly and monopsony. &! politics hit - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkYR89SzXNc - J&N, The Young Turks // 'anti-liberal democratic people democracy' policing content
YouTube  Creative  Creatives  Creators  Culture  Advertising  corporate  totalitarianism  Consumer  Capitalism  advertisement  Facebook  Newsfeed  monopoly  monopsony  Google  anti-trust  Amazon  LGBTQ  Liberal  free  speech  democracy  Subscription  Patreon  PayPal 
october 2017 by asterisk2a
PayPal sperrt weiteren VPN-Dienst aus
Die Kollegen von techdirt haben die Methoden von PayPal in wenigen Sätzen gut auf den Punkt gebracht: //&! PayPal is widely known for their aggressive stance towards BitTorrent sites, Usenet providers and file-hosting services, but VPN, proxy and SmartDNS providers might now suffer the same fate too. [...] “Under the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy, PayPal may not be used to send or receive payments for items that infringe or violate any copyright, trademark, right of publicity or privacy, or any other proprietary right under the laws of any jurisdiction,” PayPal’s email reads. - https://torrentfreak.com/paypal-starts-banning-vpn-and-smartdns-services-160205/
Paypal  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  Silicon  Valley  Bitcoin 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Yahoo: Was der Niedergang Apple, Google und Facebook lehrt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Yahoo baut Stellen ab und endet wohl als Ramschware. Der Abstieg des Internet-Pioniers ist auch eine Warnung an Apple, Facebook und Co. [...] Die Krise von Yahoo lässt sich in einer Zahl zusammenfassen: minus 13 Milliarden Dollar. So niedrig bewertet die Börse das Kerngeschäft des amerikanischen Internet-Konzerns inzwischen, hat der Tech-Journalist Matt Levine ausgerechnet. Abzüglich einiger lukrativer Beteiligungen und seiner Bargeldreserven ist Yahoo nichts mehr wert. Weniger als nichts. [...] Die digitalen Mode- und Tech-Magazine, die sie startete, finden wenige Leser. Auch die 2013 gekaufte Blog-Plattform Tumblr entwickelte sich nicht, wie von Mayer erhofft: Von der 1,1-Milliarden-Dollar-Akquisition schreibt Yahoo nun rund ein Viertel ab.
Yahoo!  Y!  Yahoo  Silicon  Valley  Twitter  Apple  Facebook  Google  Inc.  Alphabet  Inc.  Marissa  Mayer  eBay  Paypal  creative  destruction  Tumblr  M&A  WhatsApp  Snapchat  Wall  Street  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value  Greed  capitalism 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
The office after Amazon: is the workplace becoming a jungle? | Technology | The Guardian
Certain companies operating in certain fields with certain competition, can and inadvertently develop certain cultures. That some describe as ruthless competitive externally and internally. You could even say that Reed Hastings culture document transpires that this is a workplace where it is expected of you, to contribute and solve problems for our customers (competitive and toppling the established players). PayPal too. And Jeff talks about being obsessive about the customer and inventing in the name of the customer (build a monopsony/monopoly). Gates made MSFT internally competitive (build a monopoly), working long hours, and as they were externally. Very different to FB and Google and their business & product position. // The recent claims about Amazon’s aggressive corporate culture were a cause of consternation to many – but plenty of others couldn't see what the problem was. So is a gentler, more relaxed office culture any better for employees? And is it even what they want?
Silicon  Valley  Seattle  Amazon  Jeff  Bezos  corporate  culture  corporate  values  Microsoft  Netflix  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  Google  Facebook  Nature  nurture  work  environment  environment  workplace  beyond  workplace  drama  capitalism  competitiveness  competitive  stress  chronic  stress  HR  human  resources  Leadership  people  management  team  management  Paypal 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
LinkedIn Founder Revealed - Member of the Paypal Mafia, He's an Entrepreneur & Venture Capitalist - YouTube
// fail fast to move on to the next thing to try out, put your craftsmanship towards. // launch MVP, can be, should be embarrassing, then iterate. if it isn't embarrassing. you launched too late and developed too much inside your own bubble and ideas about what it could be ... and scratching only product/market fit and core product value prop and value creation. because you don't have the feedback from users and numbers. // see Guy Kawasaki expanding it to - 1:07:30 "MVVVP" Minimal Viable Valuable Validating Product. Viable (sustainable) (valuable, does the world need another fashion blog?) (what does it validate about your vision) - youtu.be/eF3ETXzVm-g
Reid  Hoffman  linkedin  Lean  Start-Up  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  of  You  PayPal  Peter  Thiel  iteration  MVP  Minimal  Viable  Product 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Bank of England: Bitcoin is "Harder Money" than Gold Due to Deflation – Bitcoin Magazine
During a presentation on digital currencies entitled “Old Money, New Money,” Andy Haldane, Chief Economist & the Executive Director of Monetary Analysis and Statistics of the Bank of England and his team stated that “Digital currencies are ‘harder money’ than a gold standard” because “sustained adoption [of bitcoin] would see ongoing deflation.” [...] 2 million UK adults do not have bank accounts and 2.5 billion people in the world have no access to financial services, said Haldane. However, given the estimate that 80% of the world’s population will own a smartphone within 5 years, Haldane believes that many could turn toward digital currency to store their savings. // &! bit.ly/1U0UYMM - Enabling New Internet Applications (no transaction minimum, no transaction fee) // &! W3C toEstablish Online Payment Standards - bit.ly/1Nye7py - Internet pioneers such as Ted Nelson, Marc Andreessen & Berners-Lee himself thought that the Internet should have a built-in framework for micropayments.
Bitcoin  deflationary  deflation  fiat  currency  fiat  money  monetary  policy  Gold  Standard  economic  history  FinTech  underbanked  emerging  market  Developing  World  W3C  micropayment  micropayments  payment  payment-system  payments  PayPal  Braintree  Stripe  Amazon  Google  Google  Wallet  creditcard  oligopoly  oligopol  banking  crisis  banking  fractional  reserve  banking  financial  market  barriers  to  entry  cost  of  entry 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Authors@Google: Sarah Lacy - YouTube
39:25 "most sceptical about" not doubling down on success after building it for lean/being frugal. // 44:30 Larry Ellison stil at the helm of his company (Oracle). + Intel (3 Founders). Everyone else got thrown out (ie Apple, Steve Jobs). Larry Ellison can handle market/wall street/etc etc ... vs ... Kevin Rose and Ev Williams and other product guys who do want to do cool things and not manage a company and people and product teams. << Consumer Product oriented vs technology/enterprise oriented. // min 50 history has it that public internet company darlings never stayed darling for more than 4-5 years. Get addicted to barbie doll metrics/vanity as a consequence steer the company off a cliff instead of driving it/risking it, to a certain extent, into the fog of disruption and growth. deferred gratification. // &! twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/585862202751520768 - When a public growth company stalls, it almost never recovers. (Study from 1955 to 2006.) hbr.org/2008/03/when-growth-stalls
Digg  Kevin  Rose  book  Silicon  Valley  dotcom  dot.com  Marc  Andreessen  PayPal  Mafia  PayPal  Larry  Ellison  Oracle 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
NYT - EU and Google
“With more than a decade of hindsight, the theories supporting the case against Microsoft have all but fallen apart, and the pursuit of the company that makes Windows may suggest a reason for skepticism about this fight against Google: The tech marketplace is fluid and unpredictable. The giants that look most unbeatable today could falter in ways that may once have seemed unthinkable — and without a lot of help from the government.” [...] Google makes most of its money from search ads, but the market for such direct advertising may be tapped out. The next great wave of digital advertising — a market far bigger than search spots — will come from ad budgets now reserved for TV commercials, and many observers bet that Facebook, not Google, is in the best position to get that business. &! bit.ly/1aCgTK7 &! Growth stalls eventually 4all companies >> bit.ly/1DpxFXl &! youtu.be/SdJz93aIvA0?t=20m talk abt Google Search business practices and their way to "add value." And Lobbying activities.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Activist effect: eBay to be split into three parts, laying off 7% and giving Icahn another board seat | PandoDaily
The problem is, once a company has lost consumer trust and been replaced as the go-to solution for a given problem, it’s extremely difficult to regain that business. A standalone EBay Marketplaces will need to prove to Wall Street that it can reignite its stalled growth engine. The company is already the subject of acquisition rumors with potential suitors including Alibaba and Amazon, among others. PayPal, on the other hand, will need to demonstrate that it can maintain and even extend its current levels of growth and profitability without the cover of a giant marketplace owned by its parent company. This is especially true as the company faces increased competition in the payments space from a range of companies including Apple, Amazon, Stripe, Square, Walmart-backed Current, and others. [...] What we’re seeing today is the reckoning of an aging giant. EBay, the ecommerce platform is quickly losing relevancy in an on-demand, mobile-first, and highly-personalized world.
eBay  PayPal  Wall  Street 
january 2015 by asterisk2a
Dreiecksbetrug – der Bezahltrick im Internet | Servicezeit | WDR - YouTube
PayPal TOS cover ONLY damages/disputes if you do send the item to same address as registered with the PayPal account you got the money from.
PayPal  TOS  Trickbetrüger  Betrugsmasche  eBay 
december 2014 by asterisk2a
Sure Stripe has more cash, but does it have a path to exit? | PandoDaily
The problem with raising capital at nosebleed valuations is that the number of scenarios under which a positive outcome is possible becomes greatly diminished. By raising at $3.5 billion, Stripe, [... and Investors ...] — are betting that the company can exit at or above $7 billion. That’s a steep price and largely eliminates acquisition as an option. The list of potential acquirers is likely limited to Facebook, Google, Apple, eBay, Amazon, and Alibaba in the tech sector. On the financial side, there are the large banks and credit card companies. But it’s hard to see anyone ponying up $7 billion to acquire Stripe, which has yet to prove that it has a sustainable business or attractive margins. [...] Not every round requires a doubling valuation, and in this case, it may turn out that everyone involved would be better if more modesty was applied. [...] [ Merger of Square & Stripe as worst case scenario? ] [ & IPOs to forget - Box, Groupon, Zynga, HortonWorks ... ]
Venture  Capital  Stripe  Apple  Pay  PayPal  Google  Wallet  Bitcoin  Amazon  Alibaba  Rakuten  Silicon  Valley  growth  round  exitstrategy  exit  strategy  IPO  M&A  business  model  margin  AliPay  Braintree  mobile  first  mobile  homescreen  Platform  network  effect  economies  of  scale  scaling  scale  Venmo  valuation  ycombinator  Unicorn  Square  Wall  Street  mobile  payments  online  payments  creditcard  Visa  Mastercard  payments  micropayments  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice 
december 2014 by asterisk2a
Symantec Said to Explore Split Into Security, Storage Cos - Bloomberg
@Symantec ($16B mkt cap) is in advanced talks to split into separate storage & security entities, @Bloomberg reports; new CEO Michael Brown reportedly supports the split ... [...] “We are focusing our investments in businesses where demand is greatest and improving operational efficiencies to grow revenue and operating margin,” Brown said in a statement at the time. “I look forward to continuing to focus the company’s strategy to deliver for our customers and our shareholders.”
focus  focused  conglomerate  corporate  Wall  Street  eBay  PayPal  HP  Symantec  economic  history  creative  destruction  competitive  competitiveness  organisational  overhead  M&A  profit  maximisation  shareholder  shareholder  value 
october 2014 by asterisk2a
eBay Inc. to Separate eBay and PayPal into Independent Publicly Traded Companies in 2015 - eBay and PayPal - Our Path Forward
@eBay & @PayPal will break into separate publicly traded co's in '15; CEO John Donahoe will step down at the time of the split; President of eBay Marketplaces Devin Wenig will serve as eBay CEO & American Express exec Dan Schulman is joining PayPal immediately as the CEO designee - Link
eBay  PayPal  Braintree 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Apple leaves PayPal out in the cold with an omission from its list of preferred Apple Pay payment platforms | PandoDaily
Add to that the fact that Apple, which has proven itself to be the world’s most formidable driver of headlines and consumer electronics trends, has told the world that Apple Pay is the greatest thing since sliced bread. It doesn’t even matter if it’s true. Anyone savvy enough to know the difference between this marketing spin and the truth likely doesn’t need PayPal to explain why its platform is as compatible and appealing as ever. What matters is that for the majority of merchants and consumers, Apple Pay will be the first payments product that they care enough to think about. Like the alpha girl in the popular clique at high school, Apple Pay is attempting to dictate who’s cool and who’s not. PayPal may say that it doesn’t care and that the tater tots are just as delicious in its corner of the cafeteria, but that will hardly ease the sting of this slight.
Apple  Apple  Pay  PayPal  marketing  positioning  Core  Product  Value  Proposition 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Why Apple Pay Will Hurt PayPal | Re/code
[ A commoditization drives down prices/charges. Credit Card Companies will in the future charge less or gobble up maybe Stripe (Visa or other one) as people link up their bank account with one or more online/mobile payment options and leave credit cards at home, or as early adopters might do - get even rid of credit cards. as ur phone is your wallet. ] 3. PayPal is now battling both Apple and Google for real estate on the checkout pages of mobile apps. PayPal has history on its side, but Apple and Google arguably have greater affection from consumers. If payment buttons from Apple and Google proliferate, PayPal’s button suffers. PayPal and Braintree see their button as a way to convince app makers to use their system. But that system has lost its unique place within the world of app payments with Apple Pay coming into the picture.
Apple  Pay  PayPal  Stripe  Braintree  Amazon  Google  Wallet  e-commerce  ecommerce  commoditization  commodity  business  credit  card  banking  user  experience  adoption  early  adopter  early  stage  frictionless  friction  Silicon  Valley 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Vinod Khosla talks to me about payments (he invested in Square and Tapingo, among others). - YouTube
placing bets early when times are uncertain. when something becomes obvious, it's already too late and the herding effect takes hold and thus competition and fight over airtime and attention (which is expensive). /// http://www.apple.com/apple-pay/
Venture  Capital  Silicon  Valley  Apple  Pay  Square  PayPal  Google  Wallet  Amazon  Stripe  Tapingo  BrainTree  Bitcoin 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
eBay Shrugged: Pierre Omidyar believes there should be no philanthropy without profit | PandoDaily
Pierre Omidyar. The role of Omidyar Network in so many major events of the past week — helping elect India’s ultranationalist leader Narendra Modi; co-funding Ukraine regime-change NGOs with USAID, resulting in a deadly civil war and Monday’s election of Ukrainian billionaire oligarch Petro Poroshenko; and now, this week’s first-ever sit-down TV interview with Edward Snowden, through an arrangement between NBC News and Pierre Omidyar’s First Look Media — shows how these contradictions are coming to the fore, and shaping our world. [...] Muhammad Yunus failed to dissuade Omidyar: "Let them make money—but why do you want to make money off the poor people?” [...] “Omidyar views the fund as a way of testing his theories about commercializing the sector. ‘It’s really the demonstration impact I’m looking for, primarily,’ he said.” << Billionaires Playground. Rarefied People.
Pierre  Omidyar  Narendra  Modi  neoliberal  Omidyar  Network  far-right  Ukrain  Ukraine  Edward  Snowden  NSA  First  Look  Media  Whistleblower  Glenn  Greenwald  neoconservatives  neoconservatism  Politics  NGO  foreignaffairs  foreign  policy  diplomacy  foreign  affairs  G  Zero  US  national  security  state  USA  Hernando  de  Soto  property  rights  vested  interest  national  interest  interest  groups  conflict  of  interest  microfinance  microfinance  lending  India  2014  ethics  governance  morals  rarefied  Super  Rich  1%  Muhammad  Yunus  Commanding  Heights  eBay  Wikileaks  Julian  Assange  fiduciary  responsibility  PayPal  corporatism  corporate  governance  freedom  of  press  freedom  of  expression  Silicon  Valley  Sociopath 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
Aaron Levie of Box - TWiST #224 - YouTube
min 35:40 - Freemium in the business space is even cooler than in the consumer space. min 39 - Marc Andreessen "how much do you need to win in this space? how fast do you need to grow, to win." [cost of customer acquisition (freemium, and or Bounty Model from Paypal) and retention]. and define what is winning, what scenario? what measure? ... key accounts long-term commitment? ad spend from key accounts? customer happiness - retention? resellers, dominating sales channels to a vertical of business type and SME/SMB's? min 53 - new playbook is now Get Big, then turn on revenue. disrupt the ecosystem/existing business model, winner takes all. min 54 - how you go from a small shop with profit to raising $+100m round telling than that they get multiples back in their investment, that comes when you live a time here in Palo Alto/Silicon Valley. (crunchbase.com/organization/box) + follow-up "having a playbook." + war for talent: 1 disenfranchised 2 ppl wnt 2 create value, 3 business model
freemium  business  model  Box.net  Dropbox  Google  Docs  Google  Drive  Microsoft  Enterprise  Consumer  friction  frictionless  Evernote  Slack  Gmail  Marc  Andreessen  Venture  Capital  Flickr  Yammer  enterprise2.0  Enterprise  2.0  Bounty  Paypal  SAAS  Why  Software  Is  Eating  the  World  Software  Is  Eating  World  Silicon  Valley  Salesforce  value  creation  added  value  war  for  talent  Top  war-for-talent  Cloudstorage  paradgimshift  paradgim  paradigm  shift  Google  Jive  Software  Jive  Netflix  cloudcomputing  Zappos 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
Rache fr WikiLeaks: Dauerfeuer aus Ionenkanonen - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Netzwelt
Auch das ist eine Reaktion auf die Maßnahmen gegen WikiLeaks: Die Behörden bekämpfen hier offensichtlich Windmühlen. So wie die Anonymous-Protestierer.
wikileaks  ddos  visa  Mastercard  paypal  2010  4chan 
december 2010 by asterisk2a
Hackers Defend WikiLeaks, Testing Online Speech - NYTimes.com
Clay Shirky, who studies the Internet and teaches at New York University, said that although the Web is the new public sphere, it is actually “a corporate sphere that tolerates public speech.”
Marcia Hofmann, a lawyer at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said, “Any Internet user who cares about free speech or has a controversial or unpopular message should be concerned about the fact that intermediaries might not let them express it.”
She added, “Your free speech rights are only as strong as the weakest intermediary.”
wikileaks  freespeech  2010  internet  facebook  twitter  Visa  Mastercard  PayPal 
december 2010 by asterisk2a
PayPal Powers eBay’s First Quarter, eBay Beats Consensus
On the Payments end, there were several news events during the quarter (including a major deal with China UnionPay), especially its progress on the mobile front. The company’s Send Money app was downloaded more than a million times in its first three weeks and PayPal X (a platform developers can use to process mobile transactions with PayPal) has already recorded $30 million in payment volume.
paypal  ebay  micropayment  micropayments 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
Why I Hate Micropayments - Rita McGrath - Harvard Business Review
It all comes down to how the payment link of customers' consumption chains fits into their total experience. iTunes, Amazon, and the cable companies have figured out how to make the payment experience either seamless (Amazon and its one-click process), transparent (Apple's iTunes — you know exactly what you're getting for your 99 cents) or inescapable if you want to get other things done (cue the phone and cable companies). No micro-payment system I've investigated has achieved either seamlessness, transparency, or inevitability. No standard perceived value has emerged for a piece of web content. And don't even get me started on the need to enter credit card info, passwords, secret codes, and captcha entries before you get anywhere. Micropayments in their current form are an irritating interruption, not something a consumer participates in either gladly or grudgingly.
micropayment  micropayments  tuki  payment  payment-system  payments  paywall  paypal  product 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
Facebook’s Decision To Print Money Out Of Thin Air
To establish fraud team withing FB, is hard work, long, expensive, talent expensive.
>> thus the move to PayPal. They could have gone PayPal much more earlier ...
paypal  payments  facebook  security  businessmodel  google 
february 2010 by asterisk2a
Why Vertical Integration Is Making a Comeback - Rita McGrath - Harvard Business Review
Anyone, Google, Googlephone? ChromeOS? Or as mentioned Amazon and the Kindle and the other slew of digital content it is a provider of. Or Apple with the iPod and iTunes.

Or PayPal, what is missing in its portfolio is the actual bank and the customer friendly service costs.http://michaeljung.tumblr.com/post/280619217/enjoyed-reading-why-vertical-integration-is-making-a
vertical  integration  product  portfolio  paypal  amazon  apple  google  strategy  trend  future 
december 2009 by asterisk2a
Meet Zong+, A Mobile Payments Platform On Steroids And Potential PayPal Killer
But this cell phone carrier model has proven to have some complications, which may be why Zong is looking to expand its offerings to different models. Zong and other mobile payments platforms, such as rival Boku, face high fees that mobile carriers charge to the payment systems (which are inadvertently passed on to the consumer via the merchant), creating a potential obstacle in the business model.

Zong recently launched a subscription feature to mitigate this issue and potentially produce lower fees for the end users. Marcus told me in September that many U.S. and European carriers that Zong works with are contemplating reducing these fees by building large-scale models to process payments that would in turn lessen the pressure on the mobile payments startups as well as the applications and social networks using the systems.
micropayment  micropayments  paypal  platform 
october 2009 by asterisk2a

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