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Alibaba’s IPO is headline news, but Alipay may be the company’s elephant in the room.
A study conducted by the Princeton Survey Research Associates International (PSRAI) for Bankrate found that 6 in 10 millennials or 63 percent of millennials do not have a credit card.
The PCI Security Standards Council has called for better collaboration on strong industry-led standards to protect payment data.
Information from more than 60 million credit cards was stolen in the recent Home Depot data breach. Would EMV have prevented i?
Payment processing startup. Stripe, has taken a coveted spot among Apple Pay’s partners.
Banks will likely enjoy a significant growth in payments and transaction-based businesses in the next decade, but they will face challenges that will require them to step up their capabilities.
Android’s counter-punch to the new one touch Apple Pay function which uses near-field communication technology, can be found in the cloud-based formula of host card emulation.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan revealed that while the physical smart card market will see a steady growth, its long term growth potential is very limited.
UL, a global security science company has released a detailed white paper breaking down the new Apple Pay mobile payments scheme.
BookPal CEO, Tony DiCostanzo shares his perspective on why B2B e-commerce companies must adopt B2C strategies in order to succeed.
Enterprise retailers will now be able to accept payments made through Alipay thanks to a partnership between payment technology provider Zooz and China’s leading online payments service.
To succeed in this omnichannel age, retailers must adapt to the blurring distinctions between brick-and-mortar and mobile commerce.
Apple, outside of being known for making sleek and design-conscious devices, has also been recognized as a proponent of a walled garden user experience.
Two months after hackers infiltrated JPMorgan Chase’s computer network, reports show the attack focused on exploring the bank’s internal systems rather than pirating customer information.