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By Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters | June 7, 2016
By Bernardo Mariano | November 2, 2015
By Richa Naidu and Steve Slater, Reuters | November 2, 2015
Visa Inc said it would buy former subsidiary Visa Europe Ltd in a deal valued at up to around 21 billion euros, more than $23 billion.
By Eric Auchard, Reuters | April 8, 2015
Apple's made mobile payments look easy in the U.S., but international markets aren't biting.
By Joseph Ciolli and Callie Bost, Bloomberg | January 30, 2015
Economic growth in the U.S. is slowing--our economy expanded at a slower pace than forecast in the fourth quarter. Data is clouding the picture.
By Futures Staff | September 29, 2014
Chinese online sales firm Alibaba, known as "the Chinese Amazon," set the record for largest initial public offering last week. Here are the top 10 largest U.S. IPOs.
By Namitha Jagadeesh, Bloomberg | July 24, 2014
U.S. stock-index futures advanced, signaling the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index will extend a record, as results from Facebook Inc. to Ford Motor Co. topped analysts’ estimates.
By Whitney Kisling and Nick Taborek, Bloomberg | September 11, 2013
International Business Machines Corp., whose $186.60 share price and 2.6% loss in 2013 combined to restrain the Dow Jones Industrial Average more than any other stock, is about to have its influence diluted.
By Canaccord Genuity Morning Coffee | November 2, 2012
Visa’s Q4 profit rose 89%, topping analyst estimates, and the company announced it would return more cash to investors, sending shares higher on Thursday.
By Dakin Campbell, Bloomberg | July 26, 2012
Visa Inc., the world’s biggest payments network, posted a fiscal third-quarter profit excluding legal costs that beat analysts’ estimates as card spending rose.