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Visa, MasterCard Settle Merchants' Swipe-Fee Lawsuit
July 14 (Bloomberg) -- Visa Inc., MasterCard Inc. and some of the biggest U.S. banks agreed to a settlement of at least $6.05 billion in a price-fixing case brought by retailers over credit-card swipe fees.
Visa, MasterCard, banks in $7.25 billion retail settlement  Reuters UK
Mastercard Reports Q2 Earnings On August 1
On July 14, 2012, MasterCard Inc. announced that has agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to settle the current U.S.
Dynamics Inc. Receives MasterCard Certification for Card Production Facility
PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dynamics Inc., an innovator in next-generation payment cards, today announced it has been certified as a payment card production vendor for the MasterCard payment network, a move that provides consumers with new ...
Visa Europe Should Match MasterCard Fee Cut, EU's Almunia Says
July 18 (Bloomberg) -- Visa Europe Ltd. should match MasterCard Inc.'s lower fees for credit cards to settle a European Union antitrust investigation, the EU's antitrust chief said.
Canada businesses call for new rules for credit, debit, mobile payments  National Post
Consumers may get dinged for using costly reward cards  Vancouver Sun
Ubiquitous retailer debit-card readers vulnerable to hackers, experts say
If you've ever paid for groceries, or settled a bar tab by swiping your credit or debit card and typing a Personal Identification Number, you likely didn't know the device you just used poses a security risk for you and the hundreds of millions of ...
Canadian secure ID company set to expand
Other investors included the vencap arm of Rogers Communications, Telus Corp., Visa Inc. MasterCard and Discover Financial Services.
Travellers: Not all debit cards are created equal
Bank of Montreal reports that its clients have been able to make debit transactions abroad for the past 15 years using MasterCard's Maestro network. The multiple payment networks the banks are offering may sound confusing, but they're really not ...
America's best and worst boards
In a group of 25 companies whose boards were stronger than the consultancy expected given the company's size - including MasterCard Inc and Rockwell Automation Inc - their shares rose 29 percent over the past five years. That outpaced the 16 percent ...
Visa, MasterCard Said to Near Accord on Swipe-Fee Lawsuit
July 6 (Bloomberg) -- Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc., the biggest payment networks, are prepared to settle a seven-year lawsuit brought by retailers to cut their credit-card costs later this month, three people briefed on the talks said.
No skeeters? Parkhill now paradise
Last year, as shown in this file photo, Parkhill residents were contending with a plague-like population of mosquitoes and were wary of heading outside.