Should the government enhance internal background screening standards?

Nov 16, 2013 Quinn Thomas

Should the government enhance internal background screening standards?

The background screening process has become far more complex in the past several years, largely because of the proliferation of new technology and evolving regulations presiding over several industries. Child and elder care organizations have


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Debt collectors appear to be taking positive steps to resolving complaints

Nov 16, 2013 Phil Burgess

For the last several months, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been cataloging debt collection complaints from American consumers. It's one of the first steps the government regulatory organization has undertaken in its attempts


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Mobile wallet vs. apps - comes down to trust

Nov 16, 2013 Dave King

While the electronics payment sector has grown leaps and bounds over the past few years, there is still much room for improvement as well as numerous opportunities to become a major player among mobile payment options.A recent article for Bank


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Short term loans done right

Nov 16, 2013 Sean Albert

There has been a lot of criticism levied against the short term lending industry as of late. Although some government officials and other groups have suggested the sector isn't conducive to good consumer credit and other financial measures,


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Boston University deploys mobile payments at sports arena

Nov 16, 2013 Dave King

Sporting events are notorious for long food and drink lines. One solution to this issue might be mobile payments, which are currently being integrated into the point-of-sale system at Boston University's (BU) Agganis Arena. PXT Payments signed


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