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Jennifer Bailey, Apple's vice president of Apple Pay, introduces Apple Card.

Apple is one step closer to launching its sleek, new credit card that’s all white and offers 2% cash back on every Apple Pay purchase — he...

Apple is launching its first credit card this summer. Here's how Apple Card will work and how you can sign up.

These are the 10 best-performing stocks of this century

Household names such as Apple and Netflix made the list, but there were several surprises.
Michael Rolph, cofounder of Yoyo.

Mastercard links up with UK payments fintech Yoyo Wallet in a ‘real statement of intent’

Yoyo is a payments mechanism which provides users with access to loyalty schemes as part of their app at a variety of merchants and retailers.
Logos of China UnionPay are seen on bank cards in this photo illustration taken in Beijing

UK fintech Tribe Payments is partnering with UnionPay as part of the Chinese giant’s ‘aggressive’ push into Europe

"Visa and Mastercard run the show, but UnionPay have a big ambition in this region and we are the first to offer their platform here."

Singapore mobile wallet startup YouTrip just sealed S$34.9 million in pre-Series A funding – the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia

The record-breaking round of investment came within less than a year of the startup's founding.

Public transport users can finally tap their Visa contactless cards to pay for rides – here’s how to get on board

You don't need to pre-register your card to use it on the bus. Here's what you need to do instead.

2 in 3 commuters plan to use their credit or debit card to pay for bus or train fares in Singapore, UOB study finds

UOB said it has seen an increasing use of contactless credit and debit card payments for transit since SimplyGo was piloted in 2017.

Forget ez-link cards: You can soon use your Mastercard contactless bank card to pay for bus or train fares in Singapore

You no longer need to carry a separate travel card, and make top-ups upfront before travelling.

Love blooms in Singapore: Spending on Valentine’s Day flowers soars 102% in three years, Mastercard says

Two popular Valentine's Day gifts – or rather, experiences – in 2018 were travels and hotel staycations.