Patrick Collison defends Stripe in San Francisco tax row

Patrick Collison defends Stripe in San Francisco tax row
Stripe co-founder Patrick Collison. Pic: Getty

The Limerick-born founder of the $20 billion payment firm has voiced his opposition to a 0.5 per cent tax aimed at helping to ease a severe homelessness problem in the city

The Limerick-born co-founder of Stripe, the $20 billion payment firm, has defended his opposition to a 0.5 per cent tax aimed at helping to ease a severe homelessness problem in San Francisco, where his company has its main operation.

Patrick Collison, who started Stripe with his brother John, set out a defence of his and his company’s position in...

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