ATMIA says "reports of the death of cash have been greatly exaggerated."
Skimming tops the list in 2012, according to global survey from ATM Industry Association.
In what may have significant implications for ATM deployment and other aspects of credit union operations, a study from Javelin Strategy and Research has found that debit and credit cards have overtaken cash for the bulk of sales volume at the retail point of sale.
Debit card volume passes that of cash at the point of sale. This preview article from next week's print edition examines the implications.
Credit unions and other opponents of the Federal Reserve’s proposed rule capping debit interchange fees received good news last week when bills to delay the rule’s implementation were introduced in the Senate and House.
Accusing him of supporting “crony capitalism,” a group of retailers have run advertisements against freshman Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) for being a backer of a measure that would delay the implementation of a Federal Reserve rule regulating interchange.
John Shepherd-Baron, the Scotsman who has been recognized as the inventor of the Automated Teller Machine has died in Inverness, Scotland. He was 84.
Service Credit Union, Portsmouth, N.H., announced the appointment of William Arnold as chief information officer.