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Curtis Arnold
Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-Chief
Joe Taylor
Joe Taylor Jr., Reporter
Amber Stubbs
Amber Stubbs, Managing Editor

October 2010

Steering lawsuits could change the way Americans shop

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Posted On: October 25, 2010

Extending current point-of-sale techniques could discourage many credit card users from using frequent flyer or cash rebate cards. [...]

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First Premier Bank's CEO puts "Worst Credit Card" in perspective

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Posted On: October 21, 2010

The MasterCard with high interest rates and unusual fees isn't for everyone, and Miles Beacom explains why. [...]

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DOJ settlement sets up battle between basic and premium credit cards

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Posted On: October 11, 2010

DOJ lawsuits aim to give retailers more power to change consumers' spending habits. [...]

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Business credit card marketing facing Congressional criticism

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Posted On: October 6, 2010

Sen. Charles Schumer and other policymakers caution consumers to beware business credit cards that lack government protections. [...]

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American Express research shows Americans ready to spend on little luxuries

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Posted On: October 4, 2010

Fast casual food and quality couches top the credit card issuer's list of items that popped up on account statements more often in early 2010. [...]

Posted in American Express Credit Card | 0 Comments

Merchants try to keep credit cards off their books

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Posted On: October 1, 2010

Two new technologies speed up credit card payments while reducing fraud risk. [...]

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