Kelly Kay serves as President and Chief Operating Officer for YapStone, where she oversees the day-to-day operations of the company. Before joining YapStone, Kelly played key legal and government relations roles at PayPal, MasterCard, eBay, Banc One, and the Wikimedia Foundation.
People are more empowered now than they've ever been. And they're having their say in ways they've never had before, heard by wider audiences and taken ever more seriously.
Kirsten Wolberg, Vice President of Technology Business Operations, joined PayPal in June 2012 to lead the Technology Business Operations organization....
The banking industry is undergoing an enormous change. And, whether you like it or not, your business is stuck in the middle of it. Your paper checks are slowly disappearing in lieu of electronic payments.
What do you do when your brand is adult-based and all your best connections, writing and media appearances relate not to SEO, but SEX?
If you are feeling a bit jaded about the promises of technology to transform your personal finances, you are not alone. Since Al Gore invented the Int...
Early adaptors of this revolution will find themselves receiving a lot of exposure, which in the end, could be worth the risk.
When the tech industry was in its infancy, it was held to a low standard. Frat-boy behavior was tolerated, and the industry was a source of amusement. Now technology is an important part of the global economy. They are expected to be exemplary, rather than laggards.
I like LinkedIn. I like that is mostly about Business. I like that there are people working there; getting things done.
PayPal President David Marcus is coming under fire for blasting his employees via email for their failure to use the company's products. I got these ...
A look at initial PayPal data shows year over year growth and -- we believe -- offers proof that the transformation of giving is clearly underway.
The government's actions against WikiLeaks in 2010 and companies' reactions to that pressure, as well as the prosecution of the PayPal 14 raise critical questions about the nature of the First Amendment in the digital age. The First Amendment is primarily a restraint on government intrusion and a bedrock principle of our society. How do commercial interests interact with those protections? How does government ensure space for free expression online when there are no public sidewalks or street corners? How can unpopular dissent resist government pressure when that dissent depends on commercial Internet providers to reach its audience? These are vital questions in today's society.
Getty may have 80 million images, but Pinterest has one of the most actively-engaged communities on the web. But is community enough to cut through the clutter of the increasingly-crowded mobile photography space?
The Times, through its newsgathering alone, and before publication of a single word, was changing fundamentally the financial and technological underpinnings of the businesses it was reporting on.
The next generation of mobile payment applications doesn't involve tapping. Instead, like many of the self-service tools you're seeing, these applications will eliminate some people from the process and the plastic credit cards that we are forced to carry.
Amazon, PayPal and the other disruptive businesses started by our new Heroic Capitalists were birthed by the ability and willingness of venture firms -- not traditional banks -- to see their vision and invest behind it.