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Is this ‘tiny’ bank branch a big deal?

John Egan

The number of U.S. bank branches – places where you can transact business with an ATM or a person – is getting smaller. And some of the branches themselves are getting smaller, or at least a new one in Lexington,…
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Happy birthday to the ATM and other things to know this week

Taylor Tompkins

This week’s (un)lucky number is:  $60 million Now, this week’s number is only unlucky if you’re TransUnion. If you’re one of the consumers mistaken for a possible terrorist or drug dealer, you’re doing much better. TransUnion had to pay that $60…
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I’m full of pride about a colorful new debit card

John Egan

It’s pretty difficult to ignore a sector of the U.S. population that wielded spending power of $917 billion in 2015. As a result, more businesses are marketing their goods and services to that sector — LGBT consumers like me. One…
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Amazon Prime Reload: No-brainer or no, thank you?

Matt Schulz

Amazon is trying to bring debit card rewards back, but it may not be the no-brainer it sounds like for consumers. The online retail behemoth recently announced its new Prime Reload program, which effectively allows Amazon Prime members to get…
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Millennials will switch to credit cards over time

Sienna Kossman

“Do millennials prefer debit cards to credit cards? What does the evidence say?” The financial habits of young adults always seem to be a hot topic, so when this question appeared on Quora, a question-and-answer information website, I felt it…
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