LAS VEGAS — Amid all the displays of the latest technology in televisions, music systems, gadgets and gizmos at the Consumer Electronics Show here last week, the focus of one of the educational panels turned from circuitry to credit card fees. Mitch Goldstone, president and chief executive officer, 30 Minutes Photos Etc., Irvine, Calif., who was participating in a CES panel on digital imaging, called on Congress to consider regulating interchange fees. The fees, which average nearly 2% of ...
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