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eBay ditches PayPal for Dutch payment provider Adyen

(Reuters) — PayPal shares fell as much as 12 percent in after-hours trading on Wednesday after former parent company eBay said it had signed up a new primary payment processor. EBay said it will start processing payments globally using Dutch payments company Adyen, allowing its users to remain on the eBay website when checking out. […]
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