Google Pay’s old apps and website to lose payment features in the US in January

Google Pay’s old iOS app, Android app, and website are set to lose many of their payment features in the US in January, the company has confirmed to The Verge. According to a Google support document the old apps will soon no longer be able to send or receive payments or withdraw money. Meanwhile, a notice on the Google Pay website says it’s also losing the ability to send and receive peer-to-peer payments. Google is also introducing a 1.5 percent fee when you transfer money out of Google Pay using a debit card, 9to5Google reports.

The changes follow the service’s massive relaunch last week in the US, which includes a new app and new features like the option of automatically scanning your Gmail inbox and Google Photos account for receipts to import. The new service is set to expand further next year, when Google plans to partner with banks

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Google Pay’s old apps and website to lose payment features in January

Google Pay’s old iOS app, Android app, and website are set to lose many of their payment features in January, the company has confirmed to The Verge. According to a Google support document the old apps will soon no longer be able to send or receive payments or withdraw money. Meanwhile, a notice on the Google Pay website says it’s also losing the ability to send and receive peer-to-peer payments. Google is also introducing a 1.5 percent fee when you transfer money out of Google Pay using a debit card, 9to5Google reports.



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The changes follow the service’s massive relaunch last week, which includes a new app and new features like the option of automatically scanning your Gmail inbox and Google Photos account for receipts to import. The new service is set to expand further next year, when Google plans to partner

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How much Lyft pays employees, from software engineers to managers

  • Business Insider analyzed salary data Lyft shared with the US government.
  • Lyft’s compensation is competitive with, and in some cases exceeds, Uber’s.
  • The positions included in this report have salaries ranging from $135,000 to $305,000.
  • Are you a current or former Lyft employee? Do you have an opinion about what it’s like to work there? Contact this reporter at [email protected], on Signal at 646-768-4712, or via his encrypted email address [email protected]
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Though Lyft trails Uber in its stock price and US market share, the same does not appear to be true for employee compensation. According to salary data Lyft shared with the US government, its pay for some positions matches or exceeds what Uber offers.

The US Office of Foreign Labor Certification requires companies to disclose compensation for permanent and temporary employees from outside the US to ensure the firms aren’t paying them

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How much Uber pays employees, from software engineers to data analysts

  • Business Insider analyzed salary data Uber shared with the US government.
  • Companies have to tell the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification how much they pay employees from outside the US to make sure they’re not offering below the market average.
  • The positions included in this report have salaries ranging from $85,301 to $330,000.
  • Are you a current or former Uber employee? Do you have an opinion about what it’s like to work there? Contact this reporter at [email protected], on Signal at 646-768-4712, or via his encrypted email address [email protected]
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Though Uber has gone through multiple rounds of layoffs in the past two years, its pay for some positions is competitive with many of the biggest Silicon Valley tech firms, according to data the ride-hailing firm has shared with the US government.

The US Office of Foreign Labor Certification requires companies to disclose

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How to Apply for a Job That Pays $9K to Browse the Internet for 2 Weeks

It’s far too easy to pick up your phone or open your laptop just to look something up quickly, and somehow spend hours on end scrolling through real estate listings of properties you’ll never buy or flights to places you won’t be visiting anytime soon, or deep in some obscure history rabbit hole. Then, once you finally put the device down, there may be a moment where you think about all the productive things you could have been doing during that time, and may feel guilty about it.



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But what if that was your job? As in, one that pays you. Well, it just so happens that such a position is currently open for applications. Here’s what it involves and how you can apply.

The Best Web Browsers for Privacy and Security

What’s this job?

The opening is for a “personal browser” at Opera, an internet

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How much Tesla pays employees, from software engineers to managers

  • Tesla has a new generation of electric-vehicle startups to fend off in its efforts to recruit employees who will help it continue to grow and deliver profits.
  • Salary data that Tesla has shared with the US government shows employees in many positions earn more than $100,000 per year.
  • The positions in this report have salaries ranging from $93,978 to $169,375.
  • Are you a current or former Tesla employee? Do you have an opinion about what it’s like to work there? Contact this reporter at [email protected], on Signal at 646-768-4712, or via his encrypted email address [email protected]
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

As Tesla prepares to face competition from a new generation of electric-vehicle startups that are preparing to roll out a host of exciting new vehicles, data that Elon Musk’s company has shared with the US government provides a few hints into how it works to recruit talent

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