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Will Costco's Switch From American Express To Visa Affect My Credit?

What you should know about a big change to your Costco card.
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Visions of the future: Costco is promising a seamless transition for customers when it moves its store-branded credit card from American Express to a Visa card. But some longtime Costco customers have concerns.

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Enough of that: Apparently no one wanted to go to Kohl's for lunch, so the department store chain is shutting down its in-store cafe tests.

It's grooowing: Amazon is expanding Prime same-day delivery to 11 new metro areas, which means people living there may never need to put on real pants again.

My bad: Honda Financial Services is really sorry it double-billed customers, but it's having a hard time answering the phone right now.

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"Our order was fine and our food was delicious but I think it’s a good opportunity to educate people that someone in a chair isn’t just a chair. There is more to that person than the chair.”  — One half of wheelchair-using couple insulted by restaurant ticket referencing them as "chair."  
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