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  2. The Wall Live (2010–2013) - Wikipedia–2013)

    The Wall Live was a worldwide concert tour by Roger Waters, formerly of Pink Floyd. The tour is the first time the Pink Floyd album The Wall has been performed in its entirety by the band or any of its former members since Waters performed the album live in Berlin 21 July 1990.

  3. List of Australian exchange-traded funds - Wikipedia

    IPAY BetaShares: BetaShares Future of Payments ETF Nasdaq CTA Global Digital Payments Index AUS 0.67 IBUY BetaShares: BetaShares Online Retail and E-commerce ETF Solactive EQM Online Retail and E-Commerce Index AUS 0.67 OZBD BetaShares: BetaShares Australian Composite Bond ETF Australian Enhanced Yield Composite Bond Index AUS 0.19 ASIA BetaShares

  4. Braintree (company) - Wikipedia

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  5. PrivatBank - Wikipedia

    In 2008, PrivatBank created the first iPhone application in Eastern Europe – iPay, and in 2010, PrivatBank launched mobile payment terminals. 2012 was the year of the introduction of contactless cash withdrawal via ATMs using a smartphone and a QR code. And in 2015, PrivatBank launched the technology of instant payment via QR code.

  6. Jack Henry & Associates - Wikipedia

    Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. is an American technology company and payment processing service for the financial services industry. It serves more than 9,000 customers nationwide, and operates through three primary brands.

  7. Pechanga Arena - Wikipedia

    Pechanga Arena (historically known as the San Diego Sports Arena) is an indoor arena built in 1966 and located in the Midway area of San Diego, California.. The arena seats 12,000 for indoor football, 12,920 for ice hockey, indoor soccer and box lacrosse, 14,500 for basketball and tennis, 5,450 for amphitheater concerts and stage shows, 8,900–14,800 for arena concerts, 13,000 for ice shows ...