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Partnership gives financial institutions a new cloud-based testing tool.
San Francisco-based financial services company Square is gradually positioning itself as a one-stop shop for merchants.
Can social media be used to gather accurate consumer sentiments about the banking industry?
Payments on Facebook’s Messenger app are now available for individuals across the US.
As the switch to chip card technology in the United States is underway, it appears that financial institutions are taking the easy way out when it comes to security.
A study from Smartpay reveals New Zealanders want more payments education.
In what many see as a bold move, Barclaycard’s bPay has launched three new Near Field Communication (NFC) products.
Kraken, a San Francisco-based bitcoin exchange, announced it will bring its services to Canada.
These days frugality isn’t just a smart idea; for some, it’s a way of life, and that’s got people looking a little closer at Groupon.
The payment industry in the Arab world is still in its infancy stage, with startups and small businesses facing various barriers when it comes to accepting payments online.
It hasn’t been easy getting restaurants to embrace mobile payments, but maybe this will get their attention: mobile payments make restaurant goers tip more and spend more.
The two will be splitting from each other on July 17, fueling questions on the future of both companies.
For those looking forward to the launch of Apple Pay in the United Kingdom, and planning to go on a bit of spree when it arrives, better limit your sprees to the dollar store—or its direct British equivalent—for a while.
There is an increased level of internationalization in global payments, and a key indicator is the adoption of the yuan for payments in mainland China and Hong Kong.