PayPal Does Time in Investor Purgatory

Bruno, Mark
July 2002
Bank Technology News;Jul2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on developments which have brought down the stocks of the online payments company PayPal since it went public in 2000. Patent infringement from rival CertCo; Filing of a secondary offering to enable company executives to unload their shares; Need to improve customer services and appoint new directors.


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