How payment processor Stripe became Silicon Valley’s hottest startup
How a chaotic start bolstered the company's success. How did Stripe turn a humdrum business — helping companies accept credit-card payments — into a blockbuster valuation after a particularly ropey offset at the start of the pandemic? Peter Rudegeair analyses the changes that boosted the company into a $95billion valuation and why this monumental growth will continue in years to come.
From The Wall Street Journal