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Tally Closes $25 Million Funding Round
July 24, 2018
Updated 6mo ago
Tally, a startup that automates credit card payments, has closed a $25 million funding round led by Kleiner Perkins. In a Cheddar Scoop Tally's CEO and Co-Founder Jason Brown joined to discuss the influx of cash.
Newark Alliance CEO Hopes New York's Amazon Loss is New Jersey's Gain
Jul 24, 2018
Credit Card Payoff App Tally Raises $25 Million
The San Francisco-based fintech firm's Series B funding round is led by Kleiner Perkins. Tally lets users link their various credit cards and pays them off on their behalf.
Oct 17, 2018
Square Launches New Device for Credit Cards and Mobile Payments
Square is out with a new piece of hardware today, called the Terminal. The new tool aims to fill a gap in the company's product lineup and offers an all-in-one hardware experience. Jesse Dorogusker Hardware Lead at Square, joined Cheddar to discuss the new product.
May 18, 2018
Elon Musk's $1-a-Ride Plan to Combat Traffic, and PayPal Takes on Square
The CEO of the Boring Co. said his tunnels will allow people to get from downtown L.A. to the airport in just 8 minutes. PayPal said it would buy Sweden's iZettle in its biggest deal yet, a direct jab at competitor Square. And the exodus at Uber continues, as the Chief of Product leaves the company.