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Senate Hearing On Post Office Prices Has Been Delayed

The president’s animus against the online retailer, its CEO Bezos and the newspaper he owns is longstanding, dating back to the 2016 campaign when Trump first floated the possibility that Amazon should be examined in the context of antitrust regulations. In the latest round of Twitter attacks in late July, the president claimed the Washington Post has “gone crazy” in its negative coverage of the Trump administration in the last few months. Trump further noted that the paper’s coverage was a form of retaliation after Amazon “lost the Internet Tax Case in the U.S. Supreme Court.”

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New PYMNTS Report: Preventing Financial Crimes Playbook – July 2020 

Call it the great tug-of-war. Fraudsters are teaming up to form elaborate rings that work in sync to launch account takeovers. Chris Tremont, EVP at Radius Bank, tells PYMNTS that financial institutions (FIs) can beat such highly organized fraudsters at their own game. In the July 2020 Preventing Financial Crimes Playbook, Tremont lays out how.

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