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Kroger to Ban Visa

Credit Card Fees at the Forefront as Kroger Contemplates Expanding Visa Ban

Kroger customers may have to think twice about what card they use next time they're at the supermarket.

As Alaska Airlines Looks to Cut Costs, Loyalty Program May Face Changes

Alaska's profits are taking a hit from rising fuel prices and after effects of the Virgin merger. Will Alaska executives rethink its awards...

Couple reviews their retirement savings

Poll: Americans are pessimistic about retirement

46% of nonretirees believe they won't have enough money in retirement. But are they right?

A Tesla Model S driving down the highway

Report: Distrust of autonomous vehicles is growing

After disproportionate media coverage of a few AV accidents, 2018 saw a spike in the distrust of self-driving cars. Should manufacturers be...

Digital Payments are Preferred at Gas Stations

Using Cash at the Pump May Soon Be a Thing of the Past

Cash may be on the way out at gasoline stations across the nation in favor of digital payments.

Digital Payments for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

Digital Payments Are Key for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

A recent survey conducted by Visa hints that digital payments continue to be critical for small and medium sized-businesses.

The CFPB's Innovation Lab Is a Bet on Online Lenders

The government regulator wants to work hand in hand with fintech companies with the hope of fostering innovation while protecting consumers...

Woman driving a sports car

Car Subscriptions: Which Manufacturer Will Become the Netflix of Vehicles?

Car subscriptions are on the rise, boasting convenience and new features. But are they worth the cost?

Mastercard Granted Blockchain Patent

Mastercard Patent Suggests Credit Card Company May Move Into Cryptocurrency

The credit card giant may be looking for a way to create synergies between fiat and cryptocurrency transactions.

Credit Card Charge-Rates Are Troubling

JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America Figures Hint at Consumer Credit Card Debt Problems

Big banks are giving up on trying to collect credit card debt from Americans at a higher rate than last year.

Walmart Rumored to be Considering Switching Partners

Walmart Considering Moving from Synchrony to Capital One, Increasing Competition with Amazon

The world's biggest retailer may shift its co-branded credit card business in an industry-defining move.