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Payment Technology 2011: Mostly Mobile, Platforms, EMV and What to do About Debit?

Payment technology options are growing. They're driven mostly by mobile. Now add NFC. Stir in a huge dollop of payment platforms that further shift power to merchants. Stumbling to cross this chasm, card networks and payments incumbents will bring EMV to US shores and wrestle with the new realities of rock bottom debit interchange. Game on.