CVS has just unveiled its latest entry into the world of mobile payments with CVS Pay, after staying away from contactless payments since 2014.
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Wakefern Food Corp., the owner of grocery chains ShopRite and Fresh Grocers, is updating its sales systems in a mobile way with the addition of support for Chase Pay.
General Motors is unveiling a new addition to its OnStar system, the ability for subscribers to make mobile transactions and earn loyalty rewards through GM applications.
Office supplier Staples is investing more in Apple Pay for online purposes after it saw 30 percent of its mobile application sales coming through the mobile pay program, but its in-store usage is lacking.
Kohl’s, which was one of the first major retailers to accept Apple Pay, is now jockeying for a spot in consumers’ digital wallets with its own in-house mobile payment option, called Kohl’s Pay.
Western Union has its sights set on the growing mobile payments sector, announcing the expansion of its money transfer application to customers in Canada.
Mastercard’s new personal payments platform, Mastercard Send, will now enable United States sellers on Stripe marketplaces to receive faster and more secure payouts, thereby expanding the financial service’s influence in the business-to-business sector.
Best Buy has signed a multiyear agreement to begin accepting Chase Pay in its retail locations, online and within its mobile application.
Following confirmation that Android Pay is set to make its mobile Web debut, the mobile payments platform is also adding a partnership with Chase to its repertoire, allowing the bank’s Visa cardholders to use the service when making purchases in applications or in stores.
Mastercard and PayPal are expanding their long-standing partnership to highlight the former’s payment options more clearly within PayPal’s platform and offer Masterpass acceptance to Braintree merchants, foreshadowing the potency that financial services’ cross-partnerships can yield.