Some say PayPal is crossing the line as a credit union competitor as it begins to offer more financial products.
Shared branching has come a long way since the early 1990s, when credit union executives first invested in the concept.
Federal Reserve says fraud prevention adjustment costs should remain part of the equation.
A Wells Fargo/Gallup poll reveals 68% of small business owners unaware of the looming EMV liability deadline.
Trade association files amicus brief to defend a Texas law that protects consumers from merchant-imposed surcharges.
New program provides data breach prevention resources to players in the payments industry.
Study finds consumers use their debit cards 21.2 times monthly, a 32% increase since 2005.
The U.S. accounted for 48.2% of the world’s card fraud losses in 2014, Nilson reports.
Judge throws out merchant antitrust claims against the corporation as well as the merchants' lead counsel.
Settlement between major card brands, retailers may be compromised due to improper lawyer communication.