Why? You don't like competition?
The issue here might be that the big 4 Australian banks really don't like competition. I live in a country whose banking is largely controlled by the same 4 banks.
My guess is Apple is used to taking the Lion's share of every transaction
Interestingly, I bank with the one not mentioned in the summary and I'm sure I saw an ad for Apple Pay when I used a cash machine the other day. I did not pay much attention because my iPhone is my work phone, so I wouldn't use Apple pay on it anyway.
Is this the same Ellen Pao that sued for sexual harassment against a guy who she actually had sex with?
I'm not sure about that, but it is the Ellen Pao who did poorly at her job and couldn't accept criticism, so she started a gender discrimination lawsuit.
It turns out she was just not that good at her job, but after failing at Reddit she has found a way to make a living from being a woman.
He has since married and divorced, (and paid out) Wendi Deng, and become engaged to Jerry Hall, neither of which are prudent financial decisions.
The email platform (and associated user base) is one of the few things that Yahoo still has that is worth anything
While that is true, the value may be falling by the day. My (non-US) ISP used Yahoo as their email platform, but when the NSA stuff came out, they started the process of bring it all back in house.
Actually now that I think about it, they moved quickly on that, I wonder if they had prior knowledge?
Bought for $580 million, sold for $35 million.
Not sure who is stupid enough to fall for this.
Rupert Murdoch paid $580 million for Myspace, and based on his personal life never learns a lesson, so they might pitch themselves to him.
Except for the obvious. (Powerful Hollywood got the laws they paid for).
As Che Guevara discovered when he went to Africa and later Congo, if the Revolution doesn't have the support of the people, it can't win.
Except for the one construction supplies company who sent infected
Base 8 is just like base 10, if you are missing two fingers. -- Tom Lehrer