Apple Pay Soon to Offer Users ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Loans Through Affirm

Apple partners with Affirm for "buy now, pay later" loans.

Biden Admin to Make Credit Card, Other Loan Applications Easier by Blocking Medical Debt on Credit Reports

The Biden Administration wants to allow credit card and other loan applications. Here's what you need to know about the CFPB's new rules for credit reports...

Mastercard to Replace Card Numbers With Tokens for Online Payments in Europe by 2030

Mastercard will ditch manual card entry in Europe by 2030, replacing traditional card numbers with secure tokens for easier and safer online payments...

JPMorgan Chase Appoints Former PayPal Exec as New CTO

JPMorgan Chase has announced the appointment of former PayPal executive Sri Shivananda as the company's new CTO...

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