DALLAS — A group of merchants, including Wal-Mart Stores, Target, Publix Super Markets and Hy-Vee, announced today that it has formed a company to develop a mobile-payment platform with customizable offers.
The company, called Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX), also includes merchants such as 7-Eleven, Alon Brands, Best Buy, CVS/pharmacy, Darden Restaurants, HMSHost, Lowe’s, Sears Holdings, Shell Oil Products US and Sunoco. MCX expects to announce additional members during the ...
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