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U.S. Court Voids RadioShack Class-action Settlement Over Card Receipts

By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Friday voided RadioShack Corp's class-action settlement with customers who objected to its putting credit and debit card expiration dates on receipts, saying the benefits of the accord appeared too small relative to the proposed legal fees. Show More Summary

Starwood American Express US Open Cardmember Event

When we think of major travel credit cards, we're usually pretty focused on the concrete benefits of the card -- how many points you earn per dollar spent, how you can redeem those points, etc. And using those metrics the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express is awesome. Show More Summary

If you get hacked, are you safer with a credit card or debit card?

Bob notes that when something bad happens with his credit cards, he receives a notice from the bank, new plastic and no financial headaches.

Facebook Is Giving Suspended Users Two Weeks To Decide If They Want To Change Their Names Or Leave

Facebook met with a group of queer activists on Wednesday to discuss how its policy forcing members to use their legal name as printed on their driver’s license, credit card, or student ID discriminates against members of the LGBT community, and trans people and drag queens in particular — and didn’t budge on the policy. [...]

Cashless Tipping Made Easy with DipJar

Device allows tipping with credit cards and it is as simple as it sounds - you 'dip' and go

Digital Money For Music: Tip Jar That Takes Plastic, Websites That Take Bitcoin

To paraphrase Amanda Palmer, people want to give you their money so make sure you can take it. DipJar is a tipjar that takes tips via credit cards. It's designed as a self-serve solution for coffee shops and similar settings and suggests one possible solution for street musicians in a cashless society. Show More Summary

FTC Mandates Refunds for Online Backorders Over 30 Days

By now, most everyone has an e-retail horror story. Mine happened several years ago when I ordered a sale priced flat-screen TV from a major tech website. My credit card was charged immediately when I placed the order, but the television never shipped. It was still back ordered months later, and every time I checked…

Home Depot Reveals Ugly Details of Security Breach

The months-long security breach at Home Depot stores affected 56 million debit and credit cards, the company revealed.

How to integrate ASP.NET with Paypal

Paypal offers a payment gateway, which can be used by online merchants to receive credit card payments. Paypal is much more than a payment gateway, but in this article, I am discussing how to use it as a payment gateway to accept credit card payments and how to integrate it with ASP.NET.Options to a

What to Look for in a Credit Card Processing Service

Credit cards are a convenient and safe form of payment that allows a small business to close a deal immediately. Here are four things to look for in a credit card processing service.

Confirmed: Home Depot credit card hack significantly bigger than Target’s

Home Depot has just confirmed what was previously rumored, that its recently announced credit card data breach may be of bigger proportions than the attack suffered by Target late last year. Reuters reports that the retail chain announced...Show More Summary

MoneyWatch: Alibaba goes public; Home Depot hack affected 56 million accounts

Chinese Internet giant Alibaba's IPO hits the New York Stock Exchange Friday, with shares priced at $68. Plus, Hope Depot said its data breach put account information for 56 million credit and debit cards at risk. Jill Wagner reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.

Breakfast Wrap: Thursday Night's Top Stories

25 Things You Can Do On iOS 8 That You Couldn’t Do On iOS 7 Hide photos and scan credit card details? Yes, please. U2 Thinks Putting Its Album On Your iPhone Is ‘Really Punk Rock’ Bono is apparently also working on a mysterious new digital...Show More Summary

Home Depot Says its Breach Put 56 Million Credit Cards at Risk

Home Depot said Thursday that the security breach it reported this month allowed cyberthieves to cull information from 56 million credit and debit cards, far worse in terms of data loss than a similar attack late last year on the Target store chain. The malicious software, or malware, was placed on Home Depot point-of-sale terminals,... Read More

Home Depot Hack May Have Hit Mostly Self-Checkout Lanes

Home Depot released specifics on its security breach today, and it was indeed bigger than the breach at Target: The hardware chain says 56 million credit cards were compromised between April and September at stores in the US and Canada, compared with 40 million in the Target hack, reports USA...

Home Depot say 56 million credit and debit cards leaked in security breach

Home Depot sayr that 56 million credit and debit cards were leaked in a security breach between April and September of this year. Between April and September of this year, 56 million payment cards used at Home Depot were leaked in a security breach, the company confirmed today. Show More Summary

Home Depot Hack Could Be Largest Ever: 56 Million Credit Cards At Risk

Home Depot has announced the amount of credit cards potentially affected in a cyberattack between April and September 2014: 56 million. While the company hasn't said how many credit card numbers were actually stolen — as opposed to at...Show More Summary

Home Depot says hack put 56 million credit and debit cards at risk

When Home Depot confirmed that its in-store payments systems were hacked, the one juicy morsel it didn't disclose was how many people may have been affected. Well, the company finally patched the issue and 'fessed up: some 56 million payment cards...

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