It’s a small silver square sending a wave of ripple effects through retail – a small microchip on the front of credit cards that hopes to greatly reduce credit fraud.
Barnes & Noble Inc. said Tuesday that devices used by customers to swipe credit and debit cards have been tampered with in 63 of its stores in nine states, including Massachusetts.
Newton-based travel site TripAdvisor has gone public, but investors didn’t seem thrilled.
Early next month you’ll finally be able to buy Massachusetts Lottery tickets with a debit card.
Major banks are retreating from their earlier decision to impose fees for using your credit cards.
Citizens Bank customers were reporting problems with all sorts of electronic banking Friday.
Every time a debit card is used to buy something, the retailer is charged a fee. It might be pennies on a cup of coffee, but it adds up to billions of dollars for the banks.
Michaels says pin pads at checkout line terminals were tampered with at stores in 20 states, including its stores in Braintree, Burlington, Danvers, and Everett.
The city has upgraded dozens of parking meters so they now take credit and debit cards.
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