In an effort to strengthen its PayPal payments business, the online commerce giant agreed to an all-cash transaction to snap up the payment processor and its mobile app Venmo.
The listing is likely to set off a scramble between the NYSE and Nasdaq over the right to bring China's most valuable e-commerce company public.
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Each of the company's homebuilding regions saw revenue grow by at least 25% year over year.
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