Facebook is just 'weeks away' from getting an e-money license in Ireland that would allow its users to hold and exchange money on the social networking site, according to the Financial Times.
Bitcoin wallet outfit Coinbase has hired Facebook's director of security incident response Ryan McGeehan to build its own security programme.
A US judge has denied Nasdaq OMX's request to dismiss lawsuits filed by investors who say that they lost money thanks to the exchange operator's botched handling of the Facebook IPO.
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has added a feature to its iPad app which lets customers send money to their Facebook Messenger contacts.
POLi continues to innovate through the release of their Facebook app in beta mode.
BBVA Compass today launched its Great Ideas for Small Business contest on Facebook to help entrepreneurs and local business owners make waves in their communities.
A new association designed to promote interoperable card-linked customer offers has been set up by industry players including Microsoft, Bank of America, Discover, Facebook and First Data.
Facebook has embarked on a limited roll out of a new feature that enables users to automatically enter their payment details for mobile shopping by simply using their social network log-in credentials.
Facebook is preparing to test a system that will allow users to make in-app purchases using their Facebook login details, according to AllThingsD.
The NasdaqOMX Group, Inc. today reported results for the first quarter of 2013. First quarter net exchange revenues were $418 million, up from $414 million in the prior year period, driven by increases in our Global Technology Solutions and Global Information Services segments, partially offset by lower U.S. cash equity trading revenues.
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