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Visa: UK contactless payments more than triple in last 12 months

Contactless card payments grew more than three-fold during 2013 thanks to accelerated rollout by retailers and growing acceptance on public transport, according to Visa Europe. » zum Artikel

EMV smartcards offer security benefits even without PIN, Visa says

A senior executive from Visa Inc. this week dismissed concerns over the manner in which the Europay MasterCard Visa (EMV) chip card standard is being implemented in the U.S. and insisted the move will yield significant security benefits for retailers, consumers and banks. » zum Artikel

Wagamama signs deal with Visa to roll out V.me digital wallet

Wagamama has announced that it will now allow its customers to use Visa's V.me digital wallet to make purchases for its food online, which it hopes will boost consumer confidence in making payments securely online. » zum Artikel

Personal history may thrust new Microsoft CEO into visa debate

Microsoft's new CEO , Satya Nadella, was born in Hyderabad, India, one of that nation's largest IT centers, and graduated from Manipal University in India before heading to the U.S. to earn an advanced degrees in business and computer science. » zum Artikel

Detroit wants its own high-tech visa

Detroit, a city in bankruptcy and dealing with a shrinking population, hopes to turn itself around with the help of 50,000 employment-based green cards. » zum Artikel

Visa launches V.me digital wallet in Europe

Visa has launched its V.me digital wallet in Europe, with Nationwide the first bank to support the service in the UK. » zum Artikel

Visa gets new group technology head

Visa has appointed Electronic Arts CTO Rajat Taneja as executive vice president of technology for the global financial group. » zum Artikel

5 IT Outsourcing Tips in the Wake of Infosys's Visa Fraud Settlement

Following its agreement to pay a record $34 million to settle claims of visa fraud and abuse at its U.S. outsourcing clients, there's little doubt that Infosys will take a hit to its reputation. It's hard to estimate the ultimate financial impact on the $7.4 billion company, says Michael Kushner, managing director with outsourcing consultancy Alsbridge, but it could cause problems with deal pursuit ... » zum Artikel

Infosys Visa Fraud Settlement Could Impact IT Offshoring Model and Customers

The announcement today that Infosys reached a $34 million settlement with the U.S. after an investigation its alleged temporary worker visa fraud could have implications not just for Infosys and its customers, but for the IT offshoring model as well. » zum Artikel

Infosys ran 'unlawful' visa scheme, U.S. alleges in settlement

The U.S. alleges that offshore outsourcing giant Infosys violated visa laws to increase its profits, reduce visa expenses and avoid tax liabilities, in a settlement announced today. » zum Artikel

Infosys settles with US government for $34 million over visa dispute

Indian outsourcer Infosys has agreed to pay US$34 million to the U.S. to resolve all allegations about the misuse of visas to get Indian staff to work in the U.S. » zum Artikel

Infosys settles with US government for $34 million over visa dispute

Indian outsourcer Infosys has agreed to pay US$34 million to the U.S. to resolve all allegations about the misuse of visas to get Indian staff to work in the U.S. » zum Artikel

U.S. set to disclose Infosys visa case ruling

The U.S. Dept. of Justice is expected to announce on Wednesday a resolution to a long-standing visa case involving Indian outsourcer Infosys, an official has confirmed. » zum Artikel

Home Office finalises £621m deal for global visa application services

The Home Office has awarded two companies a £621 million contract to provide and manage visa applications globally. » zum Artikel

Infosys prepares U.S. settlement over visa use, as it faces new class action suit

WASHINGTON - One of the largest users of H-1B visas, Infosys, is facing a federal class action discrimination lawsuit filed against it by four people, and may be close to reaching a potential multimillion dollar settlement with the U.S. government over allegations it misused visitor visas. » zum Artikel

BT completes Visa's European network upgrade

Visa Europe has completed a major upgrade of its communications network, where it is using BT's Connect network to process approximately £1.7 million of payments every minute. » zum Artikel

Boris Johnson calls for "London visa" to attract tech experts beyond Europe

London mayor Boris Johnson has submitted a plan to the Home Office for a London Visa that would make it easier for tech experts and fashion gurus around the world to get a job in the capital. » zum Artikel

IT offshore outsourcers are top L-1 visa users, U.S. says

The IEEE-USA is calling for reform of the L-1 visa program following release of a government report that identified IT offshore outsourcers as its major users. » zum Artikel

IBM and Monitise partner to support Visa's mobile payments plans

IBM has joined with Monitise as part of a deal to support Visa Europe's development of new mobile banking services. » zum Artikel

Orange Visa card service starts in Botswana

Starting in Botswana, Orange has introduced a service in partnership with Visa designed to let the telecom company's subscribers have easy access to funds 24 hours a day and provide them with new point-of-sale, online and ATM transaction options. » zum Artikel

Visa digital wallet to arrive in Australia for holiday season

Visa announced it will release a digital wallet in Australia this year that lets customers pay online merchants with any debit or credit card. » zum Artikel

IT Outsourcing Industry Doing Little to Prepare for H-1B Visa Reform

Survey results indicate that neither outsourcing clients nor providers nor advisers are preparing for the impact of visa changes and suggest that visa reform could lead to more offshore outsourcing. » zum Artikel

Neu: Kontaktlos bezahlen bei Shell

Visa Card oder NFC-Smartphone: Neu: Kontaktlos bezahlen bei Shell (Foto: Visa)
Visa Card oder NFC-Smartphone: Ab Anfang 2014 sollen alle Shell-Tankstellen in Deutschland für kontaktloses Bezahlen bereit sein. Doch es sind erst 800.000 geeignete Kreditkarten im Umlauf. » zum Artikel
  • Hartmut Wiehr

WikiLeaks donations by Visa ruled OK in Iceland

The three-year blockade against donations to WikiLeaks may have just been chiseled away, in Iceland, by a ruling handed down by the European country's Supreme Court. » zum Artikel

With H-1B cap exceeded, visa lottery will be needed

WASHINGTON - The H-1B visa caps have already been reached and the government will hold a lottery to distribute visas, federal officials said late today. » zum Artikel

Retailer faces uphill battle in $13M lawsuit against Visa, analyst says

Specialty retailer Genesco faces an uphill battle in its precedent-setting $13.3 million lawsuit against Visa USA Inc., a Garner analyst said this week. » zum Artikel

Retailer hauls Visa to court over $13.3M fine for payment card data breach

Genesco, a specialty retailer of footwear, sports apparel and related accessories, has sued Visa USA for $13.3 million in fines that were assessed against the company after a credit card data breach in 2010. » zum Artikel

The 457 visa: what you need to know

What is a 457 visa » zum Artikel

Paypal und Kreditkarte holen auf

Bezahlen im Internet: Paypal und Kreditkarte holen auf (Foto: Paymorrow)
Bezahlen im Internet: Zwar liegt das Bezahlen per Rechnung noch immer vorne, doch der Abstand zu anderen Payment-Methoden schmilzt. Das Ergab eine Studie des EHI Retail Institute. » zum Artikel
  • Hartmut Wiehr

Offshore IT service providers are the leading users of L-1 visas

The IEEE-USA is calling for reform of the L-1 visa program following the release of a government report that identified offshore IT service providers as the biggest users of the visa. » zum Artikel


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Contactless card payments grew more than three-fold during 2013 thanks to accelerated rollout by retailers and growing acceptance on public transport, according to Visa Europe.
A senior executive from Visa Inc. this week dismissed concerns over the manner in which the Europay MasterCard Visa (EMV) chip card standard is being implemented in the U.S. and insisted the move will yield significant security benefits for retailers, consumers and banks.
Wagamama has announced that it will now allow its customers to use Visa's V.me digital wallet to make purchases for its food online, which it hopes will boost consumer confidence in making payments securely online.