InAuth, the leading provider of mobile fraud prevention and mobile application security, today announced that it has hired information security and financial services industry veteran Michael Lynch as its first Chief Strategy Officer.
A consortium of Wall Street banks has launched an instant messaging platform it hopes will loosen Bloomberg's vice-like grip on the market for real-time communication between traders.
Unveiling the latest of its best-in-class business management tools for business owners, First Data, the global leader in payment technology and services solutions, today announced the launch of Clover Mini, the newest member of the Clover family of products.
American bank-owned digital payments network clearXchange is rolling out a system that enables real-time bank-to-bank transfers.
Mobile banking continues to outstrip desktop-only banking at three of the top US banks - Wells Fargo, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase.
Bank of America today unveiled a new advertising campaign to support the recent launch of Preferred Rewards.
US banks and thrifts trimmed a net of 343 high street locations in the third quarter of 2014, continuing the trend of branch closures.
Early reports of a clumsy interface between thumbprint, iPhone and eftpos terminal and an unfortunate case of double-charging by Bank of America has taken the shine off what at first appeared to be a relatively trouble-free introduction of Apple's new mobile payment service.
Apple Pay enjoyed a relatively smooth launch in the US today, with customers of some of the country's biggest banks able to use their iPhones to make purchases at a host of bricks-and-mortar and virtual stores.
A group of Wall Street firms, led by Goldman Sachs, has acquired instant messaging outfit Perzo and set up a new company to help them break free of their reliance on Bloomberg.
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