The research captures the voice and experiences of PayPal employees to explore how the PayPal Employee Financial Wellness Program has contributed to their journey toward financial health.
Behavioral economist Dr. Meg Elkins talks about inflation and how it affects not only our pockets and wallets, but our heads and heart.
See how PayPal supports refugees by promoting the long-term economic integration and empowerment of refugees across the globe.
The uncertainty of the last few years have left merchants with more questions than answers. We sought out experienced business leaders to help with some advice.
At PayPal, we are working to reduce our environmental footprint and support sustainability projects in the communities where we live and work.
Hear from three leaders of PayPal’s Leadership Team to learn about their career journeys and the experiences and challenges that they encountered and learned from.
See how PayPal is executing its mission through ongoing economic justice commitments for women and girls across the world.
For Robert Nelson, it's all about team building while having fun.
To mark Black History Month, Lisha Bell from PayPal Ventures interviewed Nasir Qadree from Zeal Capital Partners to hear about his Inclusive Investing strategy and how he hopes to turbocharge economic mobility in the Black community.
In 2022, PayPal’s global employee community made lasting social impact in communities around the world.
Learn more about how these leaders are economically empowering their communities.
In partnering with Next Chapter, PayPal aims to meet a demand for committed workers while supporting formerly incarcerated individuals.
As we mark Climate Week 2022, we’d like to share an update on the actions PayPal is taking to advance equitable climate action.
PayPal and MADE brought together street-style designers, a drum line, dancers, DJs, and more in a celebration of fashion, culture and community.
This Pride Month, PayPal is reflecting on the contributions and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community as the fight for equality persists.
In honor of Small Business Month, we’ve compiled some of the best advice from three of our PayPal employee mentors and some of the business trends that have caught their attention.
Sleep and relaxation are essential to running a successful business. Check out these products and how they can help you recharge.
Celebrate and read stories about women breaking barriers and working in tech at PayPal.
Designer Bibi Ahmed shares how her Kenyan culture and upbringing influence her stunning accessories.
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PayPal's Edwin Aoki reflects on the importance of not simply talking about supporting the LGBTQ+ community during Pride Month, but taking meaningful steps throughout the year to make our communities and our workplaces more inclusive and representative.
Topics include the importance of financial health, the role of business in promoting racial justice, digital opportunities ahead for the financial industry, and the need for responsible innovation.
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As people worldwide look for ways to stay fit and keep their stress in check, fitness businesses are finding new ways to help.
Check out all of the ways you can use PayPal to give back and #PayPalItForwad this holiday giving season.
Go behind the scenes of PayPal's 2020 holiday campaign.
Listen to stories of small business owners who have adapted in the face of uncertainty.
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Creative Entrepreneur Cam Kirkland pays it forward using PayPal Empowerment Grant to support Atlanta’s creative community.
It is safe to say that 2020 has been a challenging year for nearly everyone. Businesses have been hit particularly hard as the Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in quarantine orders around the...
In an uplifting conversation, Ma shared that in this moment he’s focused on what he wants society to look like post-pandemic, but also decades into the future.
PayPal CEO Dan Schulman recently hosted a discussion with Alphonso David, the first person of color and first civil rights lawyer to serve as President of the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ+ civil rights organization in the world. In the conversation Alphonso discussed getting people invested in the struggle for equality—a goal that is increasingly relevant in today’s times.
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