A Friday ruling allows retailers who opted out of last year's settlement to proceed with new suits. Card brands can also countersue retailers.
A new Aité Group report says cash is more expensive for retailers than cards. Retailer groups disagree.
Photographer Mitch Goldstone filed the interchange antitrust lawsuit back in 2005.
Credit cards still remain the most profitable loan product in the portfolio.
Plantiffs also say the sheer size of the debit card market make their case big enough for the nation's highest court.
Last year's lawsuit against the Federal Reserve could be heard by the Supreme Court.
Digital wallets could compromise a credit union's interchange income.
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Credit unions wondering if the courts would make them change their debit card programs can rest easy for now.
After the Fed's current interchange rule was upheld in court, plaintiff retailers say they may appeal to the Supreme Court.