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Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal

Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal

The National Retail Federation and the Retail Industry Leaders Association are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let stand the…

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Walgreens, Target execs push tax reform in meeting with Trump

Walgreens, Target execs push tax reform in meeting with Trump

Retail industry executives met with President Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday to push back against a proposal…

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RILA goes to bat against the BAT

RILA goes to bat against the BAT

The Retail Industry Leaders Association is launching a national campaign to fight a new tax on goods imported and sold…

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How food stamp cuts may hurt retailers

How food stamp cuts may hurt retailers Households on SNAP benefits could lose more than $100 a month if Congress approves President Trump's budget.…
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Retail CEOs say 'yes' to tax reform, 'no' to BAT

Retail CEOs say 'yes' to tax reform, 'no' to BAT The National Retail Federation gathered more than 20 retail executives in Washington for a meeting with key administration officials and…
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Food stamp cuts could be a blow to discounters Food stamp cuts could be a blow to discounters

President Trump’s proposed cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, will may siphon millions of dollars in sales from food retailers and especially discounters.

 

 


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New report shows the dangers of BAT New report shows the dangers of BAT

The Retail Industry Leaders Association says a new report shows the Border Adjustment Tax to be a "gross simplification" of today's currency markets and will amount to a tax on consumers.


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Retailers call on Congress to reject swipe fee repeal Retailers call on Congress to reject swipe fee repeal

Retailers say the repeal of swipe fee reform would undermine transparency and competition and harm consumers.


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Retailers fighting to keep swipe fee reform on track Retailers fighting to keep swipe fee reform on track

Retailers are voicing their strong opposition to the reintroduction of the Financial Choice Act, fearing that swipe fees could soar if the legislation moves forward.

 


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What the new USDA chief means for food retail What the new USDA chief means for food retail

Food retailers and CPG companies say they see new USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue as an advocate and welcome his promises to decrease regulatory burdens on their industries.


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Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal Retailers ask high court not to revive credit card fee deal

The National Retail Federation and the Retail Industry Leaders Association are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let stand the rejection of a settlement that would fail to bring retailers much-needed relief from credit card fees.

 


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