Retailers: Credit Card Giants Violated Antitrust Laws Lawyers for some of the nation's largest retailers say Visa and MasterCard illegally thwarted for years the growth of debit-card networks, The Wall Street Journal reports. The allegations stem from recently unsealed court documents from a class-action suit that includes Wal-Mart and Sears. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.
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Retailers: Credit Card Giants Violated Antitrust Laws

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Retailers: Credit Card Giants Violated Antitrust Laws

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Retailers: Credit Card Giants Violated Antitrust Laws

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Lawyers for some of the nation's largest retailers say Visa and MasterCard illegally thwarted for years the growth of debit-card networks, The Wall Street Journal reports. The allegations stem from recently unsealed court documents from a class-action suit that includes Wal-Mart and Sears. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.