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Coin and MasterCard Want to Make Everything You Wear a Payment Device Coin has primarily been known for making one of the first "smart" credit cards that can switch between multiple cards. That hasn't worked out so well, but it … Continue reading →
Fidelity has ended its 12-year credit card partnership with American Express and Bank of America, and will now offer Visa-branded cards through U.S. Bank. The company said it made the switch because it believes its Fidelity Rewards Visa Signature card will … Continue reading →
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The start of a new year is typically when consumers take a close look at their finances, making resolutions on saving money and cutting expenses. It may be an annual tradition, but this year there is an urgency as lawmakers … Continue reading →