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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Class-action suit filed after Wawa reports malware capable of capturing credit, debt card numbers

A class-action lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia after Wawa Inc. reported a data breach at its stores. Wawa reported that the company found malware on its computer system that was...

Wawa found malware with ability to capture credit, debit card numbers

Wawa has reported malware that was capable of capturing credit and debit card numbers.  The malware had been in place during much of the year. Wawa, which has about 800 stores,  does not believe that...

WSFS rolls out first stage of fintech upgrades that include pilot of text messaging...

Wilmington-based WSFS Bank has announced the first steps of its technology upgrade. The bank announced it has enhanced the website experience, launched Zelle, and kicked off a pilot for a messaging mobile application known as...

County Executive Meyer won’t OK converting Board of Trade loan to stock

New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer will not sign a resolution calling for a loan to the Delaware Board of Trade to be converted to county-owned stock in its parent company. The resolution had previously...

$38 million fintech building planned for University of Delaware’s STAR Campus

A new $38 million financial technology (fintech) building is slated to go up on the University of Delaware STAR Campus. UD, Delaware Technology Park (DTP) and Discover Bank will partner on the construction of the...

Trending: JPMorgan Chase expands commitment to hire ex offenders

JPMorgan Chase  is expanding its commitment to giving people with criminal backgrounds a second chance by supporting their reentry into the workforce, community and local economies. The change is part of a new public policy...

Wilmington Trust outlook sees risk of tech productivity gains spurring populist policies

Wilmington Trust  announced its 2020 Capital Markets Forecast, "Market Tug of War: The interplay of productivity, populism, and portfolios." As the title indicates, productivity gains are likely to not make their way to employees who...

$38 million financial technology building coming to UD’s STAR Campus

A new $38 million financial technology (fintech) building is slated to go up on the University of Delaware STAR Campus. UD, Delaware Technology Park (DTP) and Discover Bank will partner on the construction of the...

Prosperity Partnership, North East England counterpart sign cooperative agreement

The Delaware Prosperity Partnership and the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), a public, private and education sector partnership in North East England, UK, signed a cooperative agreement to support joint business development. LEP works...

JPMorgan Chase may be eyeing expansion at other employment centers

JPMorgan Chase is reportedly looking outside New York City as it continues to grow. Bloomberg (limited page views) reported on the possibility of adding jobs in lower-cost areas like Delaware, Plano, TX  and Columbus, Ohio. Such...