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Google Wallet’s high turnover

First there was Vikas Gupta in January 2012. About the same time Rob von Behren …

Finger-tappin’ good

Colonel Sanders’ success was built on frying chicken better than his rivals. Apparently, the key …

Cash in hand

Western Union is an iconic brand. The yellow-and-black logo is ubiquitous on streets across the …

Shopping Around

MCX, the group of leading US retailers led by Walmart and Target that is building …

Three’s a crowd

The UK has had a sometimes fractious relationship with the rest of Europe, always wanting …

Black Friday’s grey day?

Americans love Black Friday, unlike us foreigners who, until we have learnt better, think its name commemorates a misfortune such as a stockmarket crash. In fact, it is of course a joyous occasion, providing one is a margin-hunting retailer or a bargain-conscious consumer.

The bottom line

by Richard Handford Michael Joseph is an iconic figure in mobile money circles. After all, …

Underbanked US consumers have a right to mobile money too

By Steve Taylor Rarely a day goes by without news of a mobile payments innovation …

The wrong elephant in the room

Amazon has a press event scheduled for this week (September 6) at which the rumour mill says it will make a number of announcements including a new Kindle Touch e-reader, the latest Kindle Fire table and various additions to its Prime service that offers a flat-rate fee for unlimited two-day shipping and other perks.

Will US retailers find DIY works for mobile payments?

By Terfel Roberts Movements in the mobile payment market are really hotting up. We heard …