Hays Littlejohn takes over from Gilbert Lichter as CEO at Europe’s major wholly bank-owned payment infrastructure provider. read more ..
Following last week’s announcement, the Payments Security Task Force (PST) has today released an update on the US’s chip-enabled cards roll-out. read more ..
Card issuer MasterCard has taken an equity stake in financial engagement firm First Performance Global in an attempt to improve self-service tools for cardholders.
Rumours are quickly circulating that the next iPad to be released will come with a host of new features, including near field communication technology (NFC) already installed into the device.
Alibaba are venturing into the offline mobile retail space by entering their mobile wallet firm Paytm into the Indian restaurant market.
Sarah Gill from our partner publication StrategyEye gives us the lowdown on the insights from last night's Future of Payments event, which featured presentations from key players Stripe, Klarna, iZettle and Adyen.
Visa Europe launches Visa Europe Collab, an international innovation hub that will identify and nurture new ideas in payment technology.
The US is switching to chip-and-PIN services in October 2015 and the payments industry is rolling out an educational programme that aims to simplify the transition.
Banking group TSB has committed to improving both its digital and retail space by directing £250m worth of funding into a ‘local banking on demand’ service.
Visa Inc. posted today its financial results for the fiscal second quarter. Net Income for the quarter was $1.6 billion.
Digital money management providers MX has announced that it has raised $30 million in Series A financing, paving the way for an extension into Asia.
Mobetize and TruConnect partnership gives users the opportunity to use prepaid card services, pay their bills and transfer money through their smartphones.
Bally’s hotel in Las Vegas is hosting a two-day Retail IT VAR Of The Future Conference, powered by Business Solutions. The conference will be addressing the top four topics in IT retail today on 12-13th May.
Everlink, the Canadian payment solutions company and creator of a contactless debit wristband, has launched Lock ’N’ Block, a mobile application that allows cardholders to prevent unauthorised use of their cards.
The bitcoin startup, founded by internet and technology entrepreneur Jeremy Allaire, announced that it has raised $50m from a strategic investment round co-led by Goldman Sachs and IDG.
Over half the world’s retailers are refraining from investing into their payments strategies due to overwhelming security concerns, a new study shows.
Tillster, a digital ordering platform for restaurants, has entered into a strategic agreement with PayPal, allowing customers to pay their bill whenever they want via their mobile phone.