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GitHub - jlevy/og-equity-compensation: Stock options, RSUs, taxes — read the latest edition: www.holloway.com/g/equity-compensation
Stock options, RSUs, taxes — read the latest edition: www.holloway.com/g/equity-compensation - jlevy/og-equity-compensation
startups  money  equity  options  stock  finance  compensation  career  business  hn 
yesterday by teachrdan
Understand your detailed usage and charges | Microsoft Docs
Learn how to read and understand your detailed usage and charges
microsoft  finance  azure  cloud  reference 
yesterday by geekzter
Patreon Debuts Cash Advances For Users | PYMNTS.com
Patreon, known for its platform for content creators to earn money from fans, will be entering the micro-loan business, according to reports.
The platform will allow non-equity cash advances for Patreon users who need the extra boost for a more ambitious rollout of some kinds of content. The company has already made around a dozen of said loans to creators, Hot Pod said.
Patreon has raised $165 million overall, and it is unknown if the company will change its existing fee structure in lieu of the new system. The lending service could be a boon for Patreon, leveraging its existing customer base. It could also help Patreon hold onto content creators who might become successful enough to consider branching out on their own.
crowdfunding  finance  trends  future  makers 
yesterday by dancall
Alibaba Loans $3B To Coronavirus-Affected Firms | PYMNTS.com
Alibaba said on Monday (Feb. 17) that ㍐20 billion ($2.86 billion) is available in loans via its affiliate, Ant Financial’s MYBank, to help companies affected by the Coronavirus, Reuters reported, citing an announcement on Alibaba’s official Weibo account.

In addition, Alibaba is extending preferential terms to firms located in Hubei — the center of the outbreak — and setting aside ㍐10 billion in loans just for companies in that region. They will be offered a zero-interest rate on 90-day, one-year loans and a 20 percent discount on rates for the remaining nine months. All Chinese businesses are being offered ㍐10 billion in 20 percent discounted one-year loans. 

Chinese officials have been encouraging financial institutions to drop interest rates and offer loans to companies that have been affected by the outbreak.

The Chinese eCommerce giant is also dropping platform fees for Tmall merchants for the first six months of 2020. The company is also establishing two ㍐1 billion funds to assist restaurants, logistics and supply chain firms.
alibaba  ecommerce  apac  finance  coronavirus 
yesterday by dancall
Coinbase becomes a Visa principal member - The Coinbase Blog
Today we’re announcing that Coinbase has become the first pure-play crypto company to be approved as a Visa principal member. Visa membership will enable us to further improve the customer experience, making it easier to spend cryptocurrency in everyday situations.
Our journey with Visa began in 2019 with the launch of Coinbase Card in the UK, a Visa debit card that allows customers to spend their crypto as easily as the money in their bank account. Nine months later, Coinbase Card is available to customers in 29 markets who are able to spend 10 cryptocurrencies in millions of merchant locations.
bitcoin  finance  blockchain  payment  partnerships 
yesterday by dancall

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