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APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EV2Z
March 25, 2019
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EV2Y
March 25, 2019
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EV2W
March 25, 2019
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EV2R
March 25, 2019
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater...
Jennifer Bailey VP Apple Pay at Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EUZU
March 25, 2019
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino,...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EUZS
March 25, 2019
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino,...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EUZ4
March 25, 2019
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino,...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-TELEVISION/CREDITCARD
RTS2EUZ1
March 25, 2019
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino,...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CREDITCARD-EARNINGS/ C
RTX4MOJ4
February 01, 2018
UPDATE Update Q2 2019 CREDITCARD-EARNINGS/ - Share price performance and EPS for Mastercard, Visa and...
UPDATE Credit card earnings E C
UPDATE Update Q2 2019 CREDITCARD-EARNINGS/ - Share price performance and EPS for Mastercard, Visa and Amex.
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YVS
July 25, 2013
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman (L ) leaves the room after a news conference in Newark, New...
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Fishman leaves the room after a news conference in Newark, New Jersey
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman (L ) leaves the room after a news conference in Newark, New Jersey, July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YVL
July 25, 2013
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman (C) speaks to the media next to U.S. Secret Service Special...
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media next to U.S. Secret Service Special Agent...
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman (C) speaks to the media next to U.S. Secret Service Special Agent James Mottola (L) and assistant New Jersey Attorney Gurbir Grewal during a news conference in Newark, New Jersey, July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YVD
July 25, 2013
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark, July 25,...
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark, July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YV8
July 25, 2013
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman (2nd L) speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark, July...
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman (2nd L) speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark, July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YV2
July 25, 2013
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark, July 25,...
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark, July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
US-USA-HACKERS-CREDITCARDS
RTX11YTK
July 25, 2013
U.S. Secret Service Special Agent James Mottola (L ) and New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speak to...
Newark, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secret Service Special Agent James Mottola and New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speak to the...
U.S. Secret Service Special Agent James Mottola (L ) and New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speak to the media during a news conference in Newark, July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YTG
July 25, 2013
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman listens to questions during a news conference in Newark July 25,...
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman listens to questions during a news conference in Newark
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman listens to questions during a news conference in Newark July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YT6
July 25, 2013
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark July 25, 2013....
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
USA-HACKERS/CREDITCARDS
RTX11YSZ
July 25, 2013
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark July 25, 2013....
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark
New Jersey Attorney Paul J. Fishman speaks to the media during a news conference in Newark July 25, 2013. U.S. prosecutors have charged five foreign nationals with payment card theft resulting in more than $300 million in losses for companies in the U.S. and in Europe in what they described as the country's largest hacking fraud case in history. Victims include Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, Visa Inc, Dow Jones Inc, J.C. Penney Co, JetBlue Airways Corp and Carrefour SA, prosecutors said as they announced the indictments on Thursday. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1E4
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1DW
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon (L), with student Joy Mathis (R), teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington
Doris McMillon (L), with student Joy Mathis (R), teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1DR
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon (L), with student Joy Mathis (R), teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington
Doris McMillon (L), with student Joy Mathis (R), teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1DH
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1DG
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1DD
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon (L), with student Joy Mathis (R), teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington
Doris McMillon (L), with student Joy Mathis (R), teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1DA
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon (L) applauds student Joshua Brailey while teaching a class at The Graduate School USA...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon applauds student Joshua Brailey while teaching a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington...
Doris McMillon (L) applauds student Joshua Brailey while teaching a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR2Z1D7
March 08, 2012
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington
Doris McMillon teaches a class at The Graduate School USA in Washington March 7, 2012. Business credit cards were a big help for McMillon's communications consulting business, allowing her to buy supplies for workshops and coaching sessions weeks before her clients paid her. But in 2009, when Chase jacked the interest rate on her whole balance from 9.9 to 23.9 percent, McMillon - who says she never missed a payment - was outraged. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
CREDITCARDS/ANTITRUST
RTXT1PZ
October 04, 2010
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discusses an antitrust issue against credit card companies at the U.S....
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discusses an antitrust issue at the Justice Department in Washington...
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discusses an antitrust issue against credit card companies at the U.S. Justice Department in Washington, October 4, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
CREDITCARDS/ANTITRUST
RTXT1PV
October 04, 2010
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discusses an antitrust issue against credit card companies at the U.S....
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discusses an antitrust issue at the Justice Department in Washington...
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discusses an antitrust issue against credit card companies at the U.S. Justice Department in Washington, October 4, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
CREDITCARDS/
RTR2AOJQ
February 22, 2010
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington, February 21, 2010. Credit card rules that come into...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington, February 21, 2010. Credit card rules that come into effect on Monday will squeeze subprime borrowers' access to credit, analysts say, which could give a lift to the shadow banking sector and payday lenders.This second round of provisions from legislation known as the CARD act, signed into law in May, will significantly affect how card issuers earn money by restricting their ability to charge fees and raise rates, especially on existing balances. REUTERS/Stelios Varias (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
CREDITCARDS/
RTR2AOHF
February 22, 2010
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington, February 21, 2010. Credit card rules that come into...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington, February 21, 2010. Credit card rules that come into effect on Monday will squeeze subprime borrowers' access to credit, analysts say, which could give a lift to the shadow banking sector and payday lenders.This second round of provisions from legislation known as the CARD act, signed into law in May, will significantly affect how card issuers earn money by restricting their ability to charge fees and raise rates, especially on existing balances. REUTERS/Stelios Varias (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
CREDITCARDS/
RTR2AOHC
February 22, 2010
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington, February 21, 2010. Credit card rules that come into...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington
Credit cards are pictured in a wallet in Washington, February 21, 2010. Credit card rules that come into effect on Monday will squeeze subprime borrowers' access to credit, analysts say, which could give a lift to the shadow banking sector and payday lenders.This second round of provisions from legislation known as the CARD act, signed into law in May, will significantly affect how card issuers earn money by restricting their ability to charge fees and raise rates, especially on existing balances. REUTERS/Stelios Varias (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-CREDITCARDS
RTR26NMI
August 13, 2009
Employees wait for customers at a stall handling credit card services in Shanghai August 6, 2009. Credit...
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS
Employees wait for customers at a stall handling credit card services in Shanghai August 6, 2009. Credit cards gained popularity among Chinese as the middle class expanded and living standards rose, and as the government tried to encourage the use of such cards to stimulate domestic consumption. But rising debt, especially among young Chinese who were poor candidates for credit cards in the first place, has put a strain on some families and the government is now tightening up the credit card industry. Picture taken August 6, 2009. To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA BUSINESS)
CHINA-CREDITCARDS
RTR26NME
August 13, 2009
People chat next to advertisements for a local bank's credit card in the centre of Shanghai August 10,...
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS
People chat next to advertisements for a local bank's credit card in the centre of Shanghai August 10, 2009. Credit cards gained popularity among Chinese as the middle class expanded and living standards rose, and as the government tried to encourage the use of such cards to stimulate domestic consumption. But rising debt, especially among young Chinese who were poor candidates for credit cards in the first place, has put a strain on some families and the government is now tightening up the credit card industry. Picture taken August 10, 2009. To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA BUSINESS)
CHINA-CREDITCARDS
RTR26NMC
August 13, 2009
A bank customer walks next to advertisements for credit cards in the centre of Shanghai August 10, 2009....
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS
A bank customer walks next to advertisements for credit cards in the centre of Shanghai August 10, 2009. Credit cards gained popularity among Chinese as the middle class expanded and living standards rose, and as the government tried to encourage the use of such cards to stimulate domestic consumption. But rising debt, especially among young Chinese who were poor candidates for credit cards in the first place, has put a strain on some families and the government is now tightening up the credit card industry. Picture taken August 10, 2009. To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA BUSINESS)
CHINA-CREDITCARDS
RTR26NMB
August 13, 2009
Office workers walk past an advertisement for a credit card in the centre of Shanghai August 10, 2009....
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS
Office workers walk past an advertisement for a credit card in the centre of Shanghai August 10, 2009. Credit cards gained popularity among Chinese as the middle class expanded and living standards rose, and as the government tried to encourage the use of such cards to stimulate domestic consumption. But rising debt, especially among young Chinese who were poor candidates for credit cards in the first place, has put a strain on some families and the government is now tightening up the credit card industry. Picture taken August 10, 2009. To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA BUSINESS)
CHINA-CREDITCARDS/
RTR26NM9
August 13, 2009
A bank customer walks out of a local bank's branch next to advertisements for its credit card in the...
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS
A bank customer walks out of a local bank's branch next to advertisements for its credit card in the centre of Shanghai August 10, 2009. Credit cards gained popularity among Chinese as the middle class expanded and living standards rose, and as the government tried to encourage the use of such cards to stimulate domestic consumption. But rising debt, especially among young Chinese who were poor candidates for credit cards in the first place, has put a strain on some families and the government is now tightening up the credit card industry. Picture taken August 10, 2009. To match feature CHINA-CREDITCARDS REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLM5Y
May 22, 2009
US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (C) and White House National Economic Council Director Larry Summers...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Geithner and Summers talk to attendees as they wait for Obama to sign the Credit Card Accountability,...
US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (C) and White House National Economic Council Director Larry Summers (R) talk to attendees as they wait for US President Barack Obama to sign the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLLX9
May 22, 2009
US President Barack Obama acknowledges lawmakers as he arrives to sign the Credit Card Accountability,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama acknowledges lawmakers as he arrives to sign the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and...
US President Barack Obama acknowledges lawmakers as he arrives to sign the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLLX8
May 22, 2009
US Senator Chris Dodd (2nd R) acknowledges applause at a signing ceremony for the Credit Card Accountability,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Dodd acknowledges applause at a signing ceremony for the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility,...
US Senator Chris Dodd (2nd R) acknowledges applause at a signing ceremony for the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. Pictured are Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI) (From L-R), Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY), Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Dodd and Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL). REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLLX7
May 22, 2009
US President Barack Obama (C) signs the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD)...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama signs the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act in Washington
US President Barack Obama (C) signs the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLLUZ
May 22, 2009
US President Barack Obama makes remarks before signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama makes remarks before signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act...
US President Barack Obama makes remarks before signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLLUY
May 22, 2009
US President Barack Obama (R) greets credit card customer Janet Hard (L) of Michigan after signing the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama greets Hard after signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act in...
US President Barack Obama (R) greets credit card customer Janet Hard (L) of Michigan after signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLL64
May 22, 2009
Legislators stand onstage with US President Barack Obama (L) as he makes remarks before signing the Credit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Legislators stand onstage with Obama as he makes remarks before signing the Credit Card Accountability,...
Legislators stand onstage with US President Barack Obama (L) as he makes remarks before signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLL5Z
May 22, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama applauds with legislators after signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama applauds with legislators after signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure...
U.S. President Barack Obama applauds with legislators after signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
RTXLL0H
May 22, 2009
US President Barack Obama (2nd L) greets US Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT) (2nd R) and Senator Richard Shelby...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Obama greets Dodd and Shelby before signing Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility,...
US President Barack Obama (2nd L) greets US Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT) (2nd R) and Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL) (R) before signing the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
OBAMA/CREDITCARDS
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May 22, 2009
Flanked by lawmakers, US President Barack Obama (seated, C) signs the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Flanked by lawmakers, US President Obama signs Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure...
Flanked by lawmakers, US President Barack Obama (seated, C) signs the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, May 22, 2009. President Obama signed into law on Friday sweeping reforms that restrict credit card interest rates and fees, marking a victory for Democrats trying to help recession-weary consumers. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-CREDITCARDS/DEBT
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October 28, 2007
Chicago resident Johari Reeves, pictured in Chicago, Illinois, on October 18, 2007, has fallen behind...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Recent photo of Johari Reeves in Chicago Illinois
Chicago resident Johari Reeves, pictured in Chicago, Illinois, on October 18, 2007, has fallen behind on her mortgage payments and "maxed out" her credit cards. Non-profit debt relief organizations and some economists warn that many Americans are relying on credit cards to help manage rising mortgage payments, threatening a fresh wave of foreclosures or bankruptcies in the coming months. REUTERS/Nick Carey (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL TAIWAN CREDITCARDS
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May 17, 2006
A shopkeeper swipes a credit card in Taipei, Taiwan May 17, 2006. Hundreds of thousands of Taiwan's credit...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Financial-Taiwan-Creditcards
A shopkeeper swipes a credit card in Taipei, Taiwan May 17, 2006. Hundreds of thousands of Taiwan's credit card holders have racked up mountains of debt, undermining consumer sentiment and presenting a risk to some export-led Asian economies that hope to rely more on domestic consumption for economic growth. To match feature Financial-Taiwan-Creditcards. REUTERS/Richard Chung
FINANCIAL TAIWAN CREDITCARDS
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May 17, 2006
A shopkeeper calculates the amount of credit racked up at the end of the day after swiping credit cards...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Financial-Taiwan-Creditcards
A shopkeeper calculates the amount of credit racked up at the end of the day after swiping credit cards in Taipei, Taiwan May 17, 2006. Hundreds of thousands of Taiwan's credit card holders have racked up mountains of debt, undermining consumer sentiment and presenting a risk to some export-led Asian economies that hope to rely more on domestic consumption for economic growth. To match feature Financial-Taiwan-Creditcards. REUTERS/Richard Chung
MOTOROLA
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February 23, 2000
A model displays Motorola's timeport mobile phone which has a slot for creditcards to shop via internet...
Hanover, Germany
A model displays Motorola's timeport mobile phone which has a slot for creditcards to shop via inter.....
A model displays Motorola's timeport mobile phone which has a slot for creditcards to shop via internet prior to its launch at the world's biggest computer fair" CeBIT 2000" in Hanover February 23. The CeBIT is open for the public from tomorrow until March 1.
GERMANY FAIRS CEBIT
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February 23, 2000
A model displays Motorola's timeport mobile phone which has a slot for creditcards to shop via internet...
Hanover, Germany - FDR
A MODEL DISPLAYS MOTOROLA TIMEPORT HANDY.
A model displays Motorola's timeport mobile phone which has a slot for creditcards to shop via internet prior to its launch at the world's biggest computer fair" CeBIT 2000" in Hanover February 23. The CeBIT is open for the public from tomorrow until March 1.

KP/CLH/
GERMANY
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November 27, 1997
Guenther Schnellhardt, a technican of the German Software Company S.A.D., inserts a credit card into...
Guenther Schnellhardt, a technican of the German Software Company S.A.D., inserts a credit card into.....
Guenther Schnellhardt, a technican of the German Software Company S.A.D., inserts a credit card into a scanner prior to a news conference in Munich, November 27. The SAD. developed a Computer software which can be used to crack every confidential code of creditcards.
RTR9235
November 27, 1997
Guenther Schnellhardt, a technican of the German Software Company S.A.D., inserts a credit card into...
Germany
TECHNICAN INSERTS CREDIT CARD INTO SCANNER IN MUNICH
Guenther Schnellhardt, a technican of the German Software Company S.A.D., inserts a credit card into a scanner prior to a news conference in Munich, November 27. The S.A.D. developed a Computer software which can be used to crack every confidential code of creditcards.

GERMANY
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