The largest antitrust settlement in history is not good enough for Wal-Mart.
Visa, MasterCard and banks agree to $7.25 billion settlement over credit card price fixing allegations
In what may be the largest antitrust settlement in U.S. history, Visa Inc., MasterCard Inc. and more than a dozen of the nation’s largest banks have agreed to pay $7.25 billion to deal with retailers’ allegations that they fixed credit and debit card fees.
Who else wants a piece of the credit card companies? Weeks after news broke that automated teller machine owners are fed up with Visa and MasterCard allegedly artificially raising the prices consumers pay for ATM use, a federal judge heard oral arguments yesterday that the card companies are still choking...
Good news for everyone annoyed by those niggling automated teller machine (ATM) access fees—a group of independent ATM operators and the National ATM Council are now carrying a torch for you.