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Can credit card companies sustain their rewards programs?
American Express recently reported quarterly earnings, showing that its single-biggest expense was credit card rewards.
Costco braces for its breakup with American Express
The warehouse retailer will accept only Visa come June, then bump membership fees.
Honest Co. might not be so honest
Here are the numbers we're reading and watching for Friday.
AmEx high-end cards under pressure
As profits plummet, the company faces intense competition for affluent customers.
American Express under pressure after low earnings report
American Express is being squeezed by more demanding consumers and greater competition.
American Express launches multi-brand loyalty program
Collect points for paying your AT&T bill, redeem them for Hulu videos.
Why would credit cards want Costco?
AmEx is out of the picture, but partnering with Costco is still alluring
American Express: from exclusive to inclusive
The issuer of the famous Black Card is focusing on low-income financial services.
AmEx's plan to lure gamers: Partner with 'League of Legends'
American Express will reveal a line of "League of Legends"-themed debit cards, in which cardholders can earn rewards points for in-game currency.
American Express to launch pay-by-tweet
Starting Wednesday, American Express customers who link their cards to their Twitter accounts will be able to make purchases with a tweet.