Stripe Stock

stripe.comFinTech / PaymentsFounded: 2010Funding to Date: $2.2B

Stripe is a fintech company focused on building the economic infrastructure for the internet, offering software that allows enterprises to accept online payments and run technically sophisticated financial operations in more than 100 countries. The company was founded by John Collison and Patrick Collison in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Team

Management Team

William Alvarado
Chief Business Officer
Claire Johnson
Corporate Officer & Advisor
Patrick Collison
Co-Founder, Content Strategist & Chief Executive Officer
John Collison
Co-Founder & President
William Gaybrick JD
Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Jordan Angelos
Step (Software)

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News Highlights

Okay, which analyzes engineers’ productivity, sells to Stripe
Fintech giant Stripe has acquired Okay, a startup that developed a low-code analytics software to help engineering leaders better understand how their teams are performing, the companies told TechCrunch exclusively.
Thrive Capital Said to Lead Potential Investment in Stripe
Thrive has committed $1 billion, which would value the payments provider Stripe at about $55 billion to $60 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Stripe in Talks to Raise Up to $3 Billion From Current Investors
Less than a week after telling employees that it would evaluate a public offering over the next year, payments giant Stripe is moving quickly on a deal to raise as much as $3 billion from its existing investors.
Updated on: Apr 20, 2024

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