One segment of entrepreneurship that is often overlooked are immigrant- and refugee-owned small businesses.
It’s only through participation in the democratic process that we can help impact the issues and policies that affect us, our families and our communities.
This Pride Month, PayPal is reflecting on the contributions and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community as the fight for equality persists.
This Earth Day we are sharing how PayPal continues to invest in the future of possibility as environmental sustainability and climate action are critical to PayPal’s mission of enabling all people to participate fully in the global economy.
Small business owner D'Shawn Russell has experienced firsthand the many challenges that minority-owned businesses face.
Built on modern values and Southern charm, this Black-owned business is finding success with some help from PayPal Working Capital.
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How do we prepare children today for the technological changes of the future? Is teaching programming in schools the answer, or is there more to “computer science” that we're missing?
Amid the second wave of COVID-19, PayPal helped mobilize resources and help the community in India.
In honor of Immigrant Heritage Month, we’re sharing the story of Couryah, an immigrant-brother owned grocery delivery service.
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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.
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