The National Restaurant Association says it will join the growing opposition to the proposed...
The National Restaurant Association says it will join the growing opposition to the proposed $7.2B settlement between retailers and credit card companies. The trade group maintains that the proposed agreement would allow swipe fees to rise unchecked to eventually dwarf the compensation offered. The issue isn't likely to be resolved this year with a New York judge still needing to rule on it.
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