JPMorgan Chase four years ago launched the app to compete with Apple Pay and a raft of other offerings in the area. But the market in the U.S. has been slower to develop than some analysts had expected.
The new joint credit card with Goldman Sachs is the first of several new services from Apple expected to debut this year.
Japanese mobile-phone and technology conglomerate SoftBank plans to lend up to $20 billion to its employees to buy stakes in its second giant venture-capital fund.
The report follows earlier news that Mastercard had teamed up with Facebook on Libra, the social media giant's cryptocurrency.
During a talk with TheStreet, Five9's Rowan Trollope declared that adoption of cloud-based contact center software is still in its "early innings."
Mastercard agreed to pay 2.85 billion euros, or $3.2 billion, to acquire the majority of the corporate-services business of Nets, a European payments-technology company.
While widespread adoption of the card isn't expected immediately, some analysts are already working its launch into estimates.
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