AmEx is promising to use technology to help tackle the plight of America's 70 million underbanked citizens; establishing an innovation lab, setting up a fund for startups working on financial inclusion, and even sponsoring a documentary.
Isis®, the mobile commerce joint venture created by AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Verizon Wireless, today announced an exclusive offer for American Express Card Members: now through June 1, 2014, American Express Card Members who tap to pay with a registered Card for a ride in a qualifying NYC Yellow Medallion Taxicab can get 50% back in statement credits.
Live Gamer, Inc., "LGI", a leading provider of digital commerce solutions for the interactive entertainment industry, today announces support for additional payment methods in eight Latin American countries.
American Express Company announces two key appointments in its global Technology organization: Brian Saluzzo, as Senior Vice President, Global Infrastructure; and Nik Sathe, as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO), both reporting to Marc D. Gordon, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer.
American Express Company (AXP) today reported fourth-quarter net income of $1.3 billion, up from $637 million a year ago. Diluted earnings per share rose to $1.21, from $0.56 a year ago.
The card scheme-owned EMVCo standards body is beginning work on specifications for the use of digital tokens - rather than account numbers - for online and mobile transactions.
Jack Henry & Associates (JKHY), a leading provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for financial services organizations, announced today that it will provide its financial institution clients with the ability to send and receive international payments via American Express' FX International Payments service.
American Express (NYSE: AXP) said today that it has agreed to settle two putative antitrust class actions filed by U.S. merchants that challenged the company's Card acceptance agreements.
Wells Fargo is to allow customers to load their credit cards on to the telco-backed Isis mobile wallet in the first phase of a pilot test of the technology, which enables consumers to use their handsets to pay, redeem coupons and present loyalty credentials at the point-of-sale.
U.S. Bank and American Express today announced that U.S. Bank will offer credit cards accepted on the American Express network in 2014.
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