For decades, corporate credit cards were a boring industry,dominated by money-colored AmExes, the default choice for powerlunches and client dinners around the world.

Now, a fleet of richly funded startups wants to change that.Venture capitalists and other investors have poured big money intoa growing group of companies that make credit cards for businesses.That includes more than $1 billion in funding and debt for justthree startups: Ramp, Divvy, and three-year-old Brex Inc., whichwas valued last summer at an eye-watering $2.6 billion, accordingto PitchBook data.

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