A recent article from the New York Daily News profiled several different stores in New York that are using the hybrid approach.
Month: April 2014
According to a recent article from PYMNTS, European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) Committee could be voting on a multilateral interchange fee for all credit and debit cards, both personal and commercial.
In a recent blog post for Forrester Research, analyst JP Gownder – who servers infrastructure and operations professionals – examines how infrastructure and the latest technologies will be pushing traffic into brick-and-mortar locations.
Verizon released its 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report, and POS security is prominent in the study.
While many are quick to call the online realm the future, an article from CNN Money makes the case that brick-and-mortar locations will still play a major role in how customers shop.
At the Electronic Transactions Association’s (ETA) TRANSACT 2014 conference, small business finance provider CAN Capital conducted a survey of payment technology.
This week Michaels Stores, one of the largest arts and crafts chains in the U.S., acknowledged in a press release that it was the victim of a security breach that was first rumored about in January.
Retailers are still slow to adopt EMV technology.
According to an article from The New York Times, the latest retail numbers show that the economy is strengthening and consumer confidence is returning.
According to an article from Reuters, American Express, Citigroup and Discover Financial were just on the winning side of a ruling by U.S. District Judge William Pauley in Manhattan.