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W3C Payments Interest Group

The World Wide Web was invented in 1989 when Tim Berners-Lee identified how a global hypertext system would work to solve the Internet’s shortcoming — no uniform and global way to access and share information. Subsequently, he would invent URLs, HTML, HTTP, the browser, the server, and more.  In 1994 Berners-Lee created a not-for-profit organization called the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to promote open standards for the Web. W3C recently completed work on HTML5, the latest version of the markup language used to create structure and content for the Web. HTML5 is one of a collection...

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February 2015
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Purchase Volume for U.S. General Purpose Brands

Investments & Acquisitions – January 2015

U.S. Credit Card Outstandings

Purchase Volume on U.S. General Purpose Cards 2014

U.S. General Purpose Cards 2014 vs. 2013

Change in Purchase Volume 2014 vs. 2013

Market Shares of Purchase Volume – Visa vs. MasterCard

U.S. General Purpose Credit Cards

U.S. Visa & MasterCard Debit & Prepaid Cards

U.S. Visa & MasterCard Credit, Debit, & Prepaid Cards