Elected officials in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., championed Small Business Saturday, November 24.
October marked the one-year anniversary of landmark Federal Reserve regulations that cut the average debit card swipe fee collected by the nation’s largest banks.
Assists retailers in engaging local communities to support this integral aspect of America’s economy.
White-collar criminals in search of this information often aren’t even located domestically, but rather use online resources to pilfer information from across the globe.
Program comes to the aid of retailers who may be pressed for funds, and has gained overwhelming attention since its inception.
The global standard for credit and debit payment cards based on chip card technology, is coming to the U.S.
A proposed settlement between Visa Inc., MasterCard Inc. and retailers offers $6.5 billion to retailers and a lower swipe fee for eight months.
Five small businesses will receive consultation from American Express OPEN and Facebook and $25,000.
Small Business Saturday returns, providing consumers with incentives and a new holiday shopping experience.
Smaller businesses such as independent retailers are more vulnerable when they open up their POS system to electronic purchasing options.