Category Archives: Charge Cards

DARRELL HUCKABY: The greatest gift of all

Gifts. We so overemphasize gifts at Christmas and I know that I am the world’s worst. I spend and spend and spend in an exhaustive and unreasonable and unrealistic effort to show my love through material items wrapped in pretty … Continue reading

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Times to Remember

NEW BOSTON – I was born in the only brick house in New Boston on Oct. 1, 1934. My parents, John and Milly Wilhelm, lived in the upstairs of Aaron and Ella Hentzel’s house. The house is no longer standing. … Continue reading

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Congress to start 2016 with waste-cutting resolutions

Amid the last-minute maneuvering to pass the 2016 omnibus bill and avert a government shutdown, the Senate last week passed two bills that address government waste. The Senate passed Sen. Tom Carper’s (D-Del.) government purchase and travel card billĀ on Dec. … Continue reading

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Bright future for European payment cards sector

The European payment cards market is still growing despite some markets in the region approaching maturity, according to research by UK-based consulting firm RBR (Retail Banking Research). In RBR’s new report ‘Payment Cards Issuing and Acquiring Europe 2016’, it says … Continue reading

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A 12 year old learns value

I was pretty proud of my daughter last week. She received a notice in the mail (actually it was addressed to me but what are you going to do) about a class-action settlement involving the “tween” retailer Justice. Not sure … Continue reading

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How Georgia Became a Payments Mecca

The long and winding road to Georgia’s payments preeminence. Click to expand and see the life-cycle of Georgia’s giants. Deep beneath what’s now the American Cancer Society building in downtown Atlanta is a cluster of giant cables routing bits and … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions by App – Best Of 2016

New Year, new you? No matter what your resolutions may be, having an App on your phone or tablet can help you stay on course for all kinds of wonderful things to do in 2016.Some of my favorites are listed … Continue reading

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Federal charge card legislation passes Senate, moves to House

The Senate passed legislation Dec. 16 that aims to reduce waste, fraud and abuse in the use of federal agency travel and purchase cards. The bill requires the General Services Administration to continuously examine charge card purchases across the government. … Continue reading

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Research and Markets: China Cards and Payments Industry Report – Analysis …

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pt26k5/the_cards_and) has announced the addition of the The Cards and Payments Industry in China: Emerging Trends and Opportunities to 2019 report to their offering. The The Cards and Payments Industry in China: Emerging Trends and Opportunities … Continue reading

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BMW And Nissan Add Fast Chargers In 19 States

Infrastructure is the weak link in the EV story. Too many people worry they will get stuck with a flat battery far from home because there arent enough charging stations available. BMW and Nissan are teaming up to do something … Continue reading

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