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Credit Cards

  1. politics
    Bernie and AOC Team Up Against Companies That Prey on the PoorTheir cap on credit-card interest rates won’t pass anytime soon, but it may expose big differences among Democrats on predatory financial practices.
  2. the top line
    Banks Don’t Like Paying You So Many Credit Card Rewards — But They WillRich reward cards aren’t going away. But the most generous offers and benefits might be.
  3. business
    Are Other People’s Credit-Card Rewards Costing You Money?Amazon, Target, and other retailers are going to war against the high-end cards they argue are driving up prices for everyone.
  4. Barack Obama Got His Credit Card DeclinedAs he should have. 
  5. security breaches
    Malware Used in Target Attack IdentifiedAnd says there were six other attacks against retailers.
  6. big trouble
    Target Is in a Lot of Trouble Over Stolen Credit-Card NumbersThey’re offering customers a ten-percent discount to make up for it.
  7. bad news bears
    Massive Credit Card Breach Linked to NYC Parking Garage, Taxi CompanyAs many as 10 million cards compromised.
  8. bad news bears
    Visa, Mastercard Warn of Major Security BreachYikes.
  9. crimes and misdemeanors
    111 People Busted in Giant Queens-Based Identity-Theft RingConsumers lost $13 million in what could be the largest credit card fraud case ever.
  10. the future is coming
    Apple’s Newest iPhones and iPads Will Function Like Credit CardsIs Apple about to become the biggest company in the world?
  11. fi-cri fallout
    The Immortal Life of Martha KunkleA credit-card company took her signature without asking. That signature never died.
  12. the future is coming
    Anti-Credit Cards for the AntisocialIt’s hard to buy virtual goods when you don’t have a bank account.
  13. tinseltown east
    In the Face of Angry Creditors, Brandon Davis Acts Like a Pretty Girl Getting a Parking TicketThe greasy oil ‘heir’ is scamming thousands of dollars from his friends, but nobody can make him pay up because every time they mention it, he weeps.