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  • Ajay Banga, chief executive officer of MasterCard Inc.

    MasterCard, the world's second-largest payments network, reported a slightly better-than-expected profit as customers spent more using its cards.

  • The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of Wednesday.

  • Cyber gang FIN6 sells credit card data for big bucks

    The group stole more than 20 million credit cards worth $400 million in revenue.

  • American Express on mobile pay phone

    American Express reported a beat on both the top and bottom line on Wednesday as it saw an increase in customer acquisition.

  • April 20- American Express Co's profit fell for the fourth straight quarter as costs jumped 5 percent after the credit card issuer boosted spending to fend off rising competition. Net income attributable to common shareholders fell to $1.39 billion, or $1.45 per share, for the first quarter ended March 31, from $1.51 billion, or $1.48 per share, a year earlier.

  • EMV chip cards retailers

    Visa is improving its chip-embedded cards, a source of grumbling from businesses and customers forced to wait for transactions to go through.

  • AmEx: Beyond the numbers

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at three things investors should watch for when American Express reports first quarter earnings after the closing bell, including currency headwinds, cost-cutting measures, and loss of partnerships with JetBlue, Fidelity and Costco.

  • Visa rolling out quicker chip cards

    The company says the new technology will let customers pay faster with their EMV cards.

  • Only some stores take EMV chip cards

    A survey reveals about a quarter of merchants have adopted the EMV chip card technology.

  • Executive Edge: Save hundred in airfare

    The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a tip that could save travelers hundreds of dollars in airfare; a new study shows merchants are lagging in adopting EMV chip card readers, and a toast to Happy Beer Day!

  • EMV chip cards retailers

    American consumers are finally getting on board with new chip-enabled credit cards — but retailers aren't following suit.

  • April 4- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's string of luxury hotel properties, The Trump Hotel Collection, appears to be dealing with the second breach of its credit card systems in a year, KrebsonSecurity reported on Monday. The company was investigating the claims, the blog reported. The company could not be immediately reached.

  • MasterCard Pres.: Safe and secure payment options for all

    Craig Vosburg, North American Markets President of Mastercard, talks about the transition to chip cards and the advent of new payment technologies like "selfie pay."

  • 42% of retailers haven't updated store terminal: CardHub

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports many retailers are lagging when it comes to installing new payment terminals and that could leave them vulnerable for fraudulent purchases made in their stores.

  • A payment terminal with a digital chip reader at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in North Bergen N.J., Sept. 23, 2015. Thousands of U.S. retailers are frustrated by delays in the certification of their digital chip-reading systems.

    Delays in the chip-card certification process is forcing retailers to shoulder the cost of fraud, The New York Times reports.

  • Stonegate Bank bets on Cuba

    Florida-based Stonegate Bank is becoming the first American bank to offer certain financial services in Cuba. CEO David Seleski, discusses taking on this endeabor.

  • Presidential candidates: (L-R) Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders and John Kasich

    A survey by WalletHub revealed that certain candidates' supporters have better credit scores than others.

  • TABLE-DELINQUENCY RATES FALL AT MAJOR U.S. March 15- Delinquency rates fell in February at major U.S. banks and credit card companies, with an expeception of American Express and JPMorgan Chase, which remained flat. Charge-off rates were flat at American Express, while it fell at Discover Financial Services, Bank of America Corp and JPMorgan.

  • PayPal CFO: We grew over 200% last year

    John Rainey, PayPal CFO, shares his outlook on PayPal's growth and what the company is doing to combat growing competition in the mobile payment space.

  • Getting lower credit card rates and waived fees may be as simple as asking.