Latest Google Checkout Stories
There was a time when Visa's advertising campaign was all about the merchants and locations where American Express wasn't accepted. Now, with Google Wallet American Express is choosing not to be an official credit card provider - though customers can still use their AmEx for now.
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Cloud-based fastener company's latest web store addition includes decking screws for any application, budget and climate. Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 25, 2011 FMW Fasteners continues the rapid expansion of their e-Commerce offering with the addition of 7 new decking screw categories for low, medium and high corrosion resistant applications.
Google's plan to displace credit cards with a smartphone-based payment system has led to legal challenges with online payment service provider PayPal, which claims Google stole its ideas by hiring away two key executives.
Google Inc and four bank and telecommunications partners unveiled â€œGoogle Walletâ€ and â€œGoogle Offersâ€ on Thursday, bringing US consumers a step closer to paying for products by simply waving their smartphones at the checkout counter.
CINCINNATI, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Fifth Third Processing Solutions is pleased to announce the introduction of its eCommerce Plus, a technology platform which allows online merchants to securely transact with authenticated payments and alternative payment brands.
Analysts say American Express is taking aim at the growing market for online and alternative payments, in a challenge to recognized leader PayPal.
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- US Farms, Inc., (Pink Sheets: USFM) a diversified supplier of Farming, Nursery and Wellness products today announced it has established new online store payment methods with both Google Checkout and PayPal.
Innovation investment at the online book, music, and movie marketplace continues with the addition of Google Checkout EMERYVILLE, Calif., June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Alibris announced that it is now offering Google Checkout as an alternative checkout method.
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