Among Facebook’s announcements on Tuesday at its developer conference, the company showed once again that it is focused on expanding its ecommerce presence. The company said people will be able to pay for items they purchase on its Marketplace directly through Facebook and that sellers will be able to ship anywhere in the continental U.S. It’s also looking at ways to let people to buy things...
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Patreon Considers Public Listing as Soon as This Year
Patreon, the online service that allows podcasters, musicians and other artists to receive direct financial support from fans, is considering a public listing as soon as this year, said a person with knowledge of discussions. The San Francisco startup has met with banks and has been approached by special purpose acquisition companies, though the latter path to the public markets isn’t...
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