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MasterCard overcharged, EU court rules
MasterCard Inc. and the banks that use its card payment system have had a big court defeat, in a ruling that confirms the company overcharged for cross-border transactions in Europe.
MasterCard Loses Court Challenge Over Cross-Border Card Fees  Bloomberg
MasterCard Inc First Quarter Earnings Call Highlights
MasterCard Inc said first quarter revenues gained 17% and net income soared 21% and issued a cautious outlook. The company guided cumulative average annual revenues growth in 2012 and 2013 between 12% and 14% and stressed any additional PIN ...
Toronto's SecureKey Raises $30 Million from Intel, Visa, MasterCard, Rogers ...
Toronto's SecureKey Technologies announced this morning that it has raised $30 million in growth capital to fund the commercial rollout of its innovative online and mobile authentication solutions.
Tim Hortons now accepts Visa
CNW Group/VISA Canada CorporationJim Allhusen, country manager for Visa Canada, pays for his morning coffee using his Visa card. Beginning today, Visa credit and prepaid cards will be accepted at Tim Hortons' locations across Canada.
SecureKey Technologies lands $30M in growth funding
Intel's global investment arm Intel Capital - which previously invested in the online authentication company in February 2011 as part of a $26-million investment in six mobile technology startups - partnered with Visa Inc., MasterCard, Discover ...
Robocalls IP address matches one used by Tory campaign worker: Elections Canada
The culprit bought a MasterCard with $200 in credit and three Visa cards totalling $260. For some of his contacts with RackNine, the Pierre Poutine suspect used a proxy server based in Saskatchewan in an attempt to mask his IP address.
Below the radar
This is the corn-processing plant, not the bulk-buy Costco warehouse, plant manager Paul Choquette patiently explains. Or, sometimes, passersby see water vapour rising from a stack at Casco and mistakenly think the place is on fire.
Troubled by turbines, shut down by the mayor
That's one reason the mayor of a township west of London says he called cops last week to stop a critic from videotaping a council meeting.
Rogers and CIBC first to launch 'mobile wallets' in Canada
TORONTO • A joint venture between Rogers Communications Inc. and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce to turn smartphones into wallets capable of making day-to-day transactions with the swipe of a device represents the tip of the iceberg in a ...
Narco-watch 'will save lives'
Drug addicts know which doctors and pharmacists won't say no to prescribing narcotics -- and soon Ontario regulators will know, too.