PAYPAL BUYS SWEDISH START-UP IZETTLE FOR $3.1 BILLION IN ITS BIGGEST EVER DEAL

PayPal is swooping for Swedish payments start-up iZettle in a US$2.2 billion ($3.1b) all-cash deal, as it seeks to create a "one-stop shop" for transactions.The deal will be PayPal's biggest purchase to date, gatecrashing plans...

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