Supreme Court opts not to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling on debit interchange.
Some call for a national data security standard, others say consumers entitled to free, ongoing access to credit reports.
LAS VEGAS — Money20/20 conference kicks off with panelists at early sessions confident payments are nearing several tipping points.
Organizations blast credit union trade groups for misleading the media and Congress.
National Retail Federation encouraged by campaign for safer payment methods from retailers.
Senate Majority Whip Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) joins retailers filing briefs urging the Supreme Court to hear the interchange suit.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) files an amicus brief with the Supreme Court, arguing for a lower Fed interchange cap.
Employers with more than 100 employees must offer insurance or pay a fine of $2,000 per worker by January 2015.
Retail trade associations and two large retailers appeal to the Supreme Court to rule on the Federal Reserve's debit interchange rule.
National Retail Federation and other groups attacked the amount of debit card interchange allowed.