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Jack Dorsey Goes After Max Levchin’s Consumer Lending Business

Square’s Affirm-like installment loans are designed to help its merchants get paid—fast. S hoppers love to browse online, but somewhere between filling up their cart and checkout, they change their minds.  In 2016 alone, consumers left $4.6 trillion of merchandise abandoned in their carts,  according to  Business Insider. Read Full Story
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