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How Apple Pay Threatens Retailer and Bank Brands
Apple Pay is a watershed moment that will do more to stimulate mobile commerce than the sum of all previous efforts. But it also has an impact on branding that should make it part of a broader mobile menu for banks and retailers.
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Westpac has launched a new product that allows customers to make payments with any type of mobile device. more »
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The Chicago Transit Authority approved the free Ventra Android and iOS app this week, but riders won't be able to use the app for tap-and-go payments with Near Field Communication-enabled smartphones until early 2016. more »
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Starbucks Corp. is testing its first order-ahead mobile application this year in Portland, Oregon, in a bid to speed up service and boost sales. more »
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Three massive companies, Alipay, Apple and PayPal, are on a collision course as they move to shake up the global e-payments market. more »
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Apple, which launches its mobile wallet on Oct. 20, has convinced more than 500 banks to support Apple Pay by early next year. more »
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American Express Co. is pulling new levers to build its business with small merchants and drive mobile wallet adoption, emphasizing its work with Apple Pay. more »
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PayPal is on track to handle 1 billion mobile transactions this year, but the company can't yet say it will benefit from the imminent launch of Apple Pay. more »
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American Express Co. said third-quarter profit rose 8.1 percent, beating analysts' estimates, as customer spending increased. more »
Michelle Tinsley, director of security and mobile payment retail solutions at Intel Corp.
The growing prevalence of Internet-connected devices, along with a seemingly endless string of data breaches, is creating more opportunity to convince retailers to safeguard sensitive account data through new technology. more »
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I'd be hesitant to say that mobile payments are ubiquitous today, but during a four-day trip to Texas, I got to see just how far the technology has come when I lost my physical wallet with all my plastic cards. more »
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The merchants and issuers invested in Apple Pay must maintain a strong emphasis on employee education — especially if the stakeholders want Apple's mobile wallet to avoid the fate of the many previous payment technologies that sought to displace plastic cards. more »
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OpenTable has released its mobile payment offering in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. more »

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