Groupon Payments users might find cheaper rates than they would with Square. The latter takes a flat 2.75 percent fee on all transactions. Groupon, on the other hand, charges 1.8 percent for Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. American Express costs 3 percent. It's clear why Groupon wants to get into the mobile-payments space. Earlier this week, Square, the leader in that market, announced that it had raised $200 million in a Series D round of funding. The company is now processing $8 billion in transactions each year, and has a valuation of $2.5 billion.
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"Look, it's just wrong. Just think of the decision when your child is going off to college," Bradley said. "What's a requirement? A PC. Or you run a business and need your employees to be productive. You need a PC. The size of the global PC business is huge, and I think some people are trying to be dramatic."Bradley may have his dander up, but the PC market is clearly in trouble. During the second quarter, HP's own PC shipments fell 13 percent. Dell's dropped 10 percent. Citigroup semiconductor analyst Glen Yeung reported earlier this month that the third quarter could be the PC industry's worst ever.