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The Supreme Court handed American Express a win Monday in a lawsuit led by Ohio over rules it imposes on merchants who accept its cards.

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At Dublin Cleaners, the big money is what they spend on handling cash, not bringing it in. Which is why this local laundry chain is transitioning to a cashless operation.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case brought by Ohio and 10 other states against American Express. 

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The state auditor is warning local governments that they’re risking taxpayer money if they don’t have policies on employees’ use of debit or credit cards.


The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles says its deputy registrars will soon accept credit cards as payment, after years of people requesting that as an option.

Tech Tuesday: Credit Cards, 911 Calls, LG Urbane

Oct 6, 2015
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Visa and Mastercard are issuing cards with special security chips to combat the massive problem of credit card fraud in America. The rise of mobile phones has made locating 911 callers more difficult and wireless companies are against one technology that could help. Plus, LG has announced the release of one of the first smartwatches that can make phone calls.