The Payment Systems Regulator has announced the start of an industry-wide campaign to tackle payment scams, following a super complaint from consumer watchdog Which?.
Verifone and Mastercard have launched a new payment option which allows customers to pay for products in instalments at the point of sale (POS).
Mastercard launches fingerprint and 'selfie' payment authentication in Brazil and Mexico, while in the UK a hearing date has been set for a consumer case against the company relating to alleged excessive interchange fees.
Supermarket Budgens is deploying a new mobile app that allows shoppers to scan as they go in store, before checking out with the tap of a smartphone at the point of sale.
McColl's has completed the roll-out of contactless payment technology across its UK estate.
Plans from the EU to bolster security when paying for goods online will cause inconvenience for consumers, claims Visa.
German fashion retailer Anne Rueschenschmidt is the first European retailer to implement Verifone's latest payments technology.
Shoe retailers Brantano and Jones Bootmaker have invested in multichannel payments technology, providing centralised analytics across its store and online transactions.
Womenswear e-tailer Finery has invested in Klarna's eCommerce technology as it looks to "eliminate friction" for customers at the online checkout.
Sainsbury's is finally starting to roll out contactless payment software to its point of sale terminals, with the majority of Local stores set to accept this form of payment by Christmas.
The cyber attack on Tesco Bank has cost the business an estimated £2.5 million in customer reimbursement payments. Tesco said around 9,000 customers were affected.
In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from Rob Gentles, iVend Retail's sales director for Europe and a fan of the classic comedy series, Only Fools and Horses.