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Mastercard Incorporated (NYSE:MA) today announced its participation in the following investor conference in the month of September: On Wednesday, September 13, Ed McLaughlin, president, Operations & Technology,...
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Today Mastercard announced that it is adding payment capabilities to the newly launched Garmin ® vívoactive® 3 to provide active customers a watch that frees them from having to carry their phone or...
Company to add NFC-enabled mobile payment capabilities to one of the most complete watches on the market for an active customer
PayPal's new credit card is offering cash back on all online and retail purchases where Mastercard is accepted.
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Today Mastercard announced that it was bringing Mastercard contactless payments to Fitbit's (NYSE: FIT) first smartwatch, Fitbit Ionic™.
American Express just gave InComm a huge vote of confidence.
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War of words with North Korea draws market's attention amid signs of slowing economy.
Card payment giant becomes first overseas player to move on China; Mastercard talks about following suit.
These credit card company stocks are soaring, with one exception.
Jim Cramer says Amazon may be mighty powerful, but the blindsided CEOs at the retail competition are starting to wise up.
Despite an off week for several of our Nasdaq names, we continue to be encouraged by favorable data points that have emerged this earnings season.
Mastercard (NYSE: MA) and PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) today announced an extension of their partnership into Asia Pacific to enhance the consumer experience and make Mastercard a clear payment option within PayPal.
As Ether prices fall and mining it has gotten harder, some miners are calling it quits.
The Nasdaq tumbles and the S&P 500 slides. The Dow rises slightly.
Card spending in the U.K. is surging, partly because overseas currencies are worth more in the island nation.
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