Visa is one of those companies that are both everywhere and nowhere at once.
The backbone of much of the world’s payments infrastructure, Visa’s logo adorns countless credit cards and shop windows around the world. Yet as ubiquitous as the company is, it has no direct consumer relationships.
Visa’s chief executive, Al Kelly, fits a similar mold, wielding significant influence without ever vying for attention.
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