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Merchants expect that payment card fraud will migrate to e-commerce as the U.S. gets more protection at the physical point of sale through EMV chip cards. That means chargebacks, already a problem in physical retail, will escalate in e-commerce as well.
The use of e-commerce payments technology as a portal to other business services is advancing rapidly, requiring point of sale companies to constantly add new tools that merchants and developers can use to add muscle to transaction venues.  more »
Nacha's push for faster payments is largely positive, but banks still stand to lose position in the business to business payments market.  more »
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Investor communications company Broadridge Financial Solutions has entered into an agreement with Thomson Reuters Lipper to acquire its Fiduciary Services and Competitive Intelligence unit.  read more »