The BRP Special Report: The Mobile World of Retail report finds that mobile devices help retailers create personalized experiences for shoppers, and 89% of retailers plan to implement mobile solutions by 2020.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday threw out a ruling that upheld a New York law barring retailers from charging more to buy with credit, sending the case back to a lower court to decide as a free speech issue.
Electronic payment firms got a big boost when India abolished most of its banknotes last year, but rival state-sponsored e-payment services are forcing them to raise their game to hang on to their new customers.
UK shoppers don't see the post-Christmas clearance sales as a must-visit because of too much discounting in the run-up to December 25 and during the rest of the year, a new study from MasterCard shows.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday struggled over how to decide a challenge to a New York state law barring retailers from imposing surcharges on customers who make purchases with a credit card instead of cash.
Visa Inc said chief executive Charles Scharf, who orchestrated the company's reunion with its European affiliate, is stepping down and will be succeeded by former American Express Co president Alfred Kelly.