With Earth Day coming up this Friday, ATM Marketplace takes a look at the industry's worldwide progress on recycling ... cash.
Sweden and Finland are among the countries with the highest average volume of cash withdrawals in world.
Financial institutions may be inhibiting their growth if they devise strategies based on the premise that ATMs are simply cash dispensing machines.
The recent news that John Shepherd-Barron, inventor of the ATM, had died after a brief illness came as quite a shock — the world is undoubtedly the poorer for his passing. His contribution to the retail banking industry cannot be...
2010 is notable for the amount of government attention that has been directed at the financial services industry. What might the effects be for financial institutions and processors moving forward?
After surviving round one of a legislative fight to cap ATM fees, the ATM industry braces itself for more battles on the horizons.
One retailer is on a campaign to educate the public, press and politicians about the big difference between interchange fees and ATM surcharge fees.
The ATMIA today paid tribute to Shepherd-Barron, whose funeral takes place tomorrow in Scotland.
The European ATMs 2010 conference in London will feature speakers on a variety of topics pertinent to the ATM industry.
For the first time ever, MasterCard's U.S. customers have spent as much with their debit cards as they did with their credit cards.
Consumers overwhelmingly prefer to interact with companies through websites, especially when it comes to simple, repetitive tasks like paying bills.
Should financial institutions rush to create custom iPad apps to support Apple's new device?
U.S. ATM deployers say ATM cash withdrawal amounts are on an upswing, a positive byproduct of the downtrodden economy.
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