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June 13, 2014

The Children’s Place Inc. has named Susan Sobbott to the board of directors as a Class II director to serve for a three-year term expiring in 2017.

Secaucus, N.J. — The Children’s Place Inc. has named Susan Sobbott to the board of directors as a Class II director to serve for a three-year term expiring in 2017. Sobbott currently holds the position of president of Global Corporate Payments, a global division of the American Express Company. From 2004 to early 2014, she was President and General Manager of American Express Open. The addition of Sobbott expands the company's board of directors to eight.

April 3, 2012

American Express Co. has become the first company to pull its gift cards from being sold in New Jersey drug stores, supermarkets and convenience stores in response to a controversial new revision in the state's unclaimed property law.

New York -- American Express Co. has become the first company to pull its gift cards from being sold in New Jersey drug stores, supermarkets and convenience stores in response to a controversial new revision in the state's unclaimed property law. (The only way New Jersey residents can now buy AmEx gift cards is directly from the company.)

March 15, 2012

Fraud prevention and risk management provider Accertify said that Forever 21 will deploy its fraud prevention solution, customized to the retailer’s e-commerce business.

Chicago -- Fraud prevention and risk management provider Accertify said Thursday that Forever 21 will deploy its fraud prevention solution, customized to the retailer’s e-commerce business.

Forever 21 said it is growing its online presence internationally and turned to Accertify, an American Express company, to process and decrease risk in Forever 21’s online transactions.

August 2, 2011

A Monday report by the Associated Press said that Verizon Wireless will install apps for American Express Co.'s new online payment service, Serve, on its phones and tablets.

New York City -- A Monday report by the Associated Press said that Verizon Wireless will install apps for American Express Co.'s new online payment service, Serve, on its phones and tablets.

Terms of the agreement between Verizon Wireless and American Express have not been revealed. Verizon’s Serve online payment service is based on pre-funded accounts, and it enables online transactions without entering a credit card number.
 

March 29, 2011

American Express Co. announced on Monday that it has introduced a new digital payment service it calls Serve, enabling customers to choose among multiple options to make payments linked to a single account.

New York City -- American Express Co. announced on Monday that it has introduced a new digital payment service it calls Serve, enabling customers to choose among multiple options to make payments linked to a single account.

The account can be funded from a bank account or a debit, credit or charge card. Payments can be made online, via mobile phones or at stores that accept American Express cards.

November 14, 2005

Washington, D.C., Anationwide...

November 14, 2005

Washington, D.C., Anationwide...