Retailers are trimming the fat from costly electronic payments an ounce at a time. While encouraging customers to choose payment options that carry lower fees, operators also are upgrading equipment and using the clout of industry groups to cut -- or at least control -- payment costs. Most retailers are resigned to the fees associated with credit and debit cards, check processing and electronic benefits transfers as a cost of doing business, but they are making some progress in their ...
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