CINCINNATI — Not all retailers are unhappy with last week’s proposed settlement in the dispute over interchange fees with credit-card companies: A spokesman for Kroger here told SN on Monday that the company felt it could benefit as a result of provisions in the agreement allowing retailers to incentivize more efficient methods of payment, helping to lower its overall costs. “We think the settlement represents the best opportunity to resolve the litigation and to begin ...

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