Kroger California unit plans to ban Visa credit cards over fees


Kroger Co., the largest U.S. supermarket chain, said a California subsidiary will stop accepting Visa credit cards beginning next month in a dispute over swipe fees.


Macquarie names female CEO; PayPal disappoints


Shemara Wikramanayake’s appointment is termed a “landmark”; the company’s stock falls 3% despite a 28% earnings increase.


Should banks let people buy bitcoin with credit cards?


Large card issuers began banning cryptocurrency purchases on their cards in February. But fintechs are allowing consumers to purchase and invest in digital currencies, and they say the risk is minimal.


Citi buys $1.5B L.L.Bean credit card portfolio from Barclays


Citigroup and Mastercard replace Barclays and Visa as the card partners for the Maine apparel retailer.


Visa, Mastercard are close to swipe-fee settlement: Report


Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. are close to settling a lawsuit over fees paid when merchants accept card payments, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.


Who won, who lost in Supreme Court’s credit card ruling


American Express prevailed Monday in an eight-year antitrust battle with the government. Here’s a look at how other card networks, banks, retailers and consumers will be affected.


New FDIC chair will listen to bankers; PayPal buys payouts firm


Jelena McWilliams said the agency will ask banks what's working and what's not; the acquisition of Hyperwallet Systems lets PayPal offer more services.


Another black eye for Wells; Visa female execs to meet with CEO


The bank said it kept fee rebates that should have gone to a small pension fund; some women say the company “bro” culture hinders their advancement.


Visa jumps on debit-card spending by credit-averse millennials


Spending on Visa Inc. debit cards — the favored plastic of the younger set — continues to grow at a faster clip than on credit.


New York pushes JPMorgan, BofA, Visa to reconsider gun-sale risk


New York state's pension funds are urging credit card companies to consider following Citigroup's lead in cracking down on gun sellers.