Nov 25, 2022, 12:59 PM EDT
Attorneys general from Tennessee, Montana and 22 other states warned credit card companies a plan to track gun purchases could violate consumer protection laws.
Twenty-three Republican attorneys general pushed Visa, Mastercard and American Express not to track purchases at U.S. gun stores on Tuesday, saying the data will be misused.
House Republicans asked credit card CEOs if they are going to support a move to create individual codes identifying gun purchases, making it easier to track individual buyers.
Several global shipping giants have suspended bookings to and from Russia amid the country's invasion of Ukraine.
Despite a supply chain crisis that has upended sectors of the U.S. economy, holiday retails sales this year increased 8.5% compared with last year, according to the latest figures released by MasterCard.
Vice President Kamala Harris hosted a roundtable Monday to announce that international businesses have committed $1.2 billion to investing in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
Amazon, Facebook and Pfizer have joined a group of 33 companies vowing to hire refugees coming into the U.S. from Afghanistan.
Discover has stopped processing donations to a left-wing U.S. organization accused of supporting Palestinian terrorism.
A Facebook Inc. -backed digital currency project is being revamped in a bid to address concerns among U.S. officials that it could be used for money laundering and other illicit purposes.
Mastercard has partnered with Gemini, the cryptocurrency platform founded by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, to create a cryptocurrency rewards card.