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Amazon.com shows European Commission how to achieve e-commerce equality

With its latest distribution initiative, Amazon.com might achieve what the European Commission has struggled with for years: The creation of a borderless online marketplace where the price of goods and the cost of shipping them is the same for all European Union citizens. Read More

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PCI's new rules focus on the chiefs

When the PCI council on Thursday (April 28) rolled out its new payment card security rules, it put additional emphasis on authentication and service providers, as expected. But it also took a key additional move by stressing the need for senior management — think CEOs, COOs, CFOs and potentially even board members — to get into the security details. Far too often, the levels above CIOs and CISOs don't understand PCI, they don't appreciate the details behind why security is needed, and they find the ever-increasing cost of security frustrating. Read More

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If the shoe fits: Prada shows how to master in-store sales

Of all of the apparel subspecialties, footwear has generated some of the most powerful sites, such as Zappos and Shoes.com. They fought back against brick-and-mortars with unlimited free returns and close-to-infinite inventory. But there is a personal component to shoe shopping that transcends what is possible online. Read More

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PCI is going to impose new payments security rules this week — and they don't go nearly far enough

When the PCI Security Council issues its new payments security requirements on Thursday, it is going to impose new rules about authentication and service providers. What is intriguing about the new edicts is that it shows the council's new acknowledgment that to protect payment, protections have to happen in the larger corporate universe. Read More

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Visa's EMV struggle: Is better preferable to consistent?

When Visa introduced its Quick Chip for EMV on Tuesday, it placed retailers in an awkward — but interesting — position. The good news: Quick Chip removes the most hated part of the EMV process, the part where the shopper has to leave the card in the card reader during the entire checkout duration. The bad news: Even though most consider this change to be highly favorable, it could actually set back EMV deployment efforts because it would be yet another behavior to learn. Read More

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