A Big Deal in Small Transactions?

The "unintended consequences" of financial reform could cost retail operators plenty.

Swiping a card to pay for small retail transactions is something most of us take for granted these days, but it's convenience that could disappear at many operations if banks and card networks don't moderate a controversial new policy many of them began to implement in October.

First, the background

The issue of what banks and pr

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