First Data’s IPO gives us a great glimpse into how credit card networks function and where different players in the ecosystem try to add value.
Five Headlines for the week ending July 24, 2015.
Tungsten Corporation’s investment bank, Canaccord Genuity, likes Tungsten’s stock–no matter what happens.
Tradeshift has a great vision. Can it solve the Chicken and Egg Dilemma faced by all networks?
The news that Google might be manipulating its search results to favor its own properties, is at least as old as Sabre in the 1980s!
MINDBODY (MB) went public, billing itself as a global marketplace. Is it that or a SaaS application? How should it be valued?
DealerTrack, a dominant B2B platform in auto retailing announced it was bought for $4 billion. Anyone interested in B2B platforms should study TRAK.
With so many SaaS solutions available, vendors have to help buyers understand where they fit.
One of Direct Insite’s (DIRI) directors just bought about 7% more of the company. Is Direct Insite finally ready to grow? Or is is more of the same?