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CBC.ca
Why the government keeps spoiling your online bargains: Neil Macdonaldsense, say those groups, to spend dollars to collect dimes. Standing formidabl
Why the government keeps spoiling your online bargains: Neil Macdonald
CBC.ca / Posted 4 days ago
sense, say those groups, to spend dollars to collect dimes. Standing formidably on the other side of the question is the Retail Council of Canada, which, like the customs broking industry (and in all likelihood the union representing our... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Visa v. Walmart: Credit card fees need to be capped – for small and large businesses to thriveDiane Brisebois is president and CEO of the Retail Council of Canada Wal-Mart
Visa v. Walmart: Credit card fees need to be capped – for small and large businesses to thrive
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Diane Brisebois is president and CEO of the Retail Council of Canada Wal-Mart Canada’s recent decision to refuse Visa credit cards has been characterized by some as a Goliath v. Goliath fight. What has been largely overlooked is a closely-related... Read more
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CBC.ca
Small businesses cheer on Walmart in battle with Visa, hoping for lower feesto help businesses. "We'll continue to bring a fair and balanced approach," sai
Small businesses cheer on Walmart in battle with Visa, hoping for lower fees
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
to help businesses. "We'll continue to bring a fair and balanced approach," said spokeswoman Serda Evren in an email. The Retail Council of Canada concedes that the Walmart dispute probably won't open the floodgates on the issue of high fees. But... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Wal-Mart 'taking a stand' in battle with Visa over credit-card fees“They also pay that fee so as not to have to give consumers credit on their own
Wal-Mart 'taking a stand' in battle with Visa over credit-card fees
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
“They also pay that fee so as not to have to give consumers credit on their own.” Still, Diane Brisebois, president of the Retail Council of Canada, which has fought for years what it calls excessively high fees, countered that Canada is not... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Visa accuses Walmart of using consumers as pawns to strike cost-saving dealhighest in the world. "Lower credit card fees would mean lower costs to the co
Visa accuses Walmart of using consumers as pawns to strike cost-saving deal
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
highest in the world. "Lower credit card fees would mean lower costs to the consumer," said spokeswoman Karen Romer. The Retail Council of Canada says high credit card fees are unacceptable to retailers. "I'm not suggesting that the floodgates... Read more
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CBC.ca
Visa accuses Walmart of using consumers as pawns in battle over feeshighest in the world. "Lower credit card fees would mean lower costs to the co
Visa accuses Walmart of using consumers as pawns in battle over fees
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
highest in the world. "Lower credit card fees would mean lower costs to the consumer," said spokeswoman Karen Romer. The Retail Council of Canada says high credit card fees are unacceptable to retailers. Minister of Finance Bill Morneau said... Read more
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CTV News
Visa accuses Wal-Mart of using customers as pawns in credit card spathighest in the world. "Lower credit card fees would mean lower costs to the co
Visa accuses Wal-Mart of using customers as pawns in credit card spat
CTV News / Posted 11 days ago
highest in the world. "Lower credit card fees would mean lower costs to the consumer," said spokeswoman Karen Romer. The Retail Council of Canada says high credit card fees are unacceptable to retailers. "I'm not suggesting that the floodgates... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Visa lashes out at Wal-Mart in public letter over credit-card feesalso are looking for breaks in their credit-card fees to help lower expenses, s
Visa lashes out at Wal-Mart in public letter over credit-card fees
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
also are looking for breaks in their credit-card fees to help lower expenses, said Diane Brisebois, president of the Retail Council of Canada. “This issue is not going to go away,” Ms. Brisebois said in an interview this week. “Many... Read more
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