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Cash used to be king — now? As reported by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (FRBSF), in 2012, cash represented 40 percent of U.S. consumer spending. By 2016, this figure had fallen to 31 percent. Furthermore: “Most consumer … Continue reading
For large retailers, handling multiple credit/debit card brands is pretty systematic due to their own sophisticated computer systems and the support from the major card issuers. The tasks are not as simple for small retailers. As reported by PYMENTS.com: “Running a … Continue reading
Interestingly, according to a recent survey of 1,000 people, 39 percent of holiday shoppers will pay for their gifts in cash, 32 percent will pay with a debit card, and only 22 percent will pay by credit card. Three percent … Continue reading
Jack Dorsey is best-known as the creator of Twitter. However, it is his most recent venture — Square, Inc. — that is impacting the payment-processing system in retailing. The firm is a mobile payment-processing provider. Here’s how Issie Lapowsky, writing for Inc. describes … Continue reading