|会社名||American Express Co. （AXP アメリカン・エキスプレス）|
|概要||事業概要 アメリカン・エキスプレス（American Express Company）は子会社とともにグローバルなサービスの提供を行う会社である。同社の主要製品及びサービスは世界中の消費者・企業に提供されるチャージとクレジットカード商品及び旅行関連サービスである。同社の事業はグローバル消費者サービスグループ（GCSG）、グローバルマーチャントとネットワークサービス（GMNS）、及びグローバルな商業サービス（GCS）を含む。 同社の製品とサービスには、ネットワークサービス、マーチャントの買収・処理、サービスと決済、並びにPOSマーケティング及びマーチャント向け情報商品とサービス、詐欺防止サービスと顧客ロイヤルティプログラムの設計と運用を含むその他の手数料サービス、経費管理製品およびサービス、および保管されたバリュー/プリペイド商品が含まれる。 アメリカン・エキスプレスは銀行持株会社で、主要子会社アメリカン・エキスプレス・トラベル・リレ―テッド・サ―ビシズを通じて事業を展開。クレジットカ―ド発行、法人向け銀行業務、プライベ―トバンキング、投資信託などの金融事業のほか、トラベラ―ズチェックの発行、旅行代理業務、旅行傷害保険などの旅行関連事業を手掛ける。 American Express Co. engages in the provision of charge and credit card products, and travel-related services. It operates through the following segments: Global Consumer Services Group, Global Commercial Services, Global Merchant and Network Services and Corporate & Other. The Global Consumer Services Group segment issues a wide range of proprietary consumer cards globally. The Global Commercial Services segment provides proprietary corporate and small business cards, payment and expense management services, and commercial financing products. The Global Merchant and Network Services segment operates a global payments network that processes and settles card transactions, acquires merchants, and provides multi-channel marketing programs and capabilities, services, and data analytics. The Corporate & Other segment covers corporate functions and certain other businesses and operations. The company was founded by Henry Wells, William G. Fargo and John Warren Butterfield on March 28, 1850 and is headquartered in New York, NY.|
|代表者氏名||Stephen J. Squeri|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 American Express Company revenues increased 11% to $41.63B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 20% to $6.29B. Revenues reflect Global Consumer Services Group (GCSG) segment increase of 12% to $21.46B United States segment increase of 21% to $29.86B Net Interest Margin Total -% increase of 2% to 10.7%.|
American Express Launched its First Prepaid Card in Hong Kong with 33 Finance - Fintech Hong Kong 2020/10/12 08:30:58 Fintech HongKong
33 Finance has partnered with American Express to launch the 33 Finance American Express® Prepaid Card in Hong Kong.
Amazon Prime Day runs from October 13 to 14, but you can use credit card points from Citi, Amex, and more to save on Amazon purchases year-round 2020/10/09 20:50:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Amazon Prime Day 2020 will run from October 13 to 14. Prime Day offers discounts on a huge variety of items, and it's possible to save even more by "stacking" credit card rewards offer. You can pay for Amazon purchases with various credit card points, but the best options are the various "use one point" promotions offered by Amex, Citi, and Chase. Using a credit card that offers rewards or bonus cash back on Amazon purchases can help you save money on Prime Day as well. See Business Insider's list of the best Amazon Prime Day deals » Amazon Prime Day 2020 is just around the corner. From October 13 to 14, the online retailer will be offering Amazon Prime members discounts on everything from tech to kitchen supplies to clothing. This event is a great way to save money on the contents of your Amazon cart, and you could be able to "stack" deals to save even more on purchases, during Prime Day and beyond. Credit card points programs offer plenty of ways to redeem rewards for Amazon purchases, but they're not all created equal, and in many cases, knocking down your Amazon bill isn't the highest-value way to redeem your points.
American Express Has Challenges Its Rivals Don’t Face, Analyst Says 2020/10/09 19:09:00 Barron's
The stock was hit with a rating downgrade as Wall Street worries the card issuer will suffer from continued weakness in travel and entertainment spending.
Get up to $300 bonus cash back with these Amex Blue Cash credit cards 2020/10/09 15:59:58 CNN
Earn up to $300 in bonus cash back when you get the Amex Blue Cash Preferred or Amex Blue Cash Everyday — two of our favorite cash back credit cards.
Cash back or travel points: We compare the Blue Cash Preferred and the Amex EveryDay Preferred card 2020/10/09 15:42:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express and the Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card from American Express have similar names and $95 annual fees (See rates) , but there are some key differences. While both cards earn bonus rewards at US supermarkets at US gas stations, the Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express earns cash back, while the Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card earns Amex Membership Rewards points. The Amex EveryDay Preferred is best for those who make at least 30 transactions in a billing period, since it offers 50% more points when you reach this threshold. If you prefer cash back, go with the Blue Cash Preferred. It's offering an elevated welcome bonus and waiving the annual fee for the first year for new cardholders who apply by December 10. See Business Insider's list of the best rewards credit cards » American Express offers several different categories of credit cards . Some are co-branded with an airline (Delta) or hotel (Hilton) partner, while others earn American Express Membership Rewards points .
Amex EveryDay versus the Amex EveryDay Preferred: We compare the 2 most affordable cards for earning Amex points 2020/09/28 21:11:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement American Express Membership Rewards are one of the most valuable types of credit card points, but many cards that earn them have high annual fees. Two exceptions are the Amex EveryDay® Credit Card from American Express with no annual fee and the Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card from American Express with a $95 annual fee. Both cards have a unique feature: You can earn bonus on the points you earn each month if you make a minimum number of purchases in a billing cycle (20 on Amex EveryDay and 30 on the EveryDay Preferred). You need to earn 6,333 Membership Rewards points to cover the EveryDay Preferred's annual fee. See Business Insider's list of the best rewards credit cards » American Express offers several different credit cards that earn Membership Rewards points , a valuable credit card currency that you can use to book travel through Amex or through airline and hotel partners. The American Express® Green Card , American Express® Gold Card , and The Platinum Card® from American Express are some of the more popular Amex Membership Rewards cards, but they also come with some pretty hefty annual fees — from $150 to $550.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes Jose Mourinho comment after Man Utd's win at Brighton 2020/09/26 14:31:43 Irish Mirror
The irony was not lost on Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Brighton struck the woodwork five times in their defeat at the Amex
De Gea 'kicks ball at Maupay' after he scores cheeky Panenka penalty 2020/09/26 12:26:32 Irish Mirror
The incident, which was spotted by Steve McManaman on BT Sport, occurred off camera moments after the ball hit the back of the net from the penalty spot at the Amex
Touchless payments are here to stay, Amex says 2020/09/23 23:30:26 Bank Innovation
The rise in digital and contactless payments among consumers and merchants is likely to stick post-pandemic as preferences shift from cash to tap, according to fresh data from Amex. For both businesses and consumers, contactless payments are no longer the secondary payment method, according to the Amex 2020 Digital Payments Trends Survey released Monday. Seventy […]
American Express Cut at Bank of America on Lower Travel Outlays 2020/09/23 15:27:53 The Street
American Express shares fell after Bank of America downgraded the credit card and travel services company to underperform.
AmEx in advanced talks to buy Softbank-backed Kabbage - Bloomberg News 2020/08/11 02:56:06 News18
American Express Co is in advanced discussions to buy online smallbusiness lender Kabbage Inc in an allcash deal, Bloomberg News reported https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/20200810/amexsaidtobeinadvancedtalkstobuysoftbankbackedkabbage?sref=vEQJzSks on Monday.
Source: AmEx is in advanced talks to buy SoftBank-backed online lender Kabbage for as much as $850M in an all-cash deal as soon as this month (Bloomberg) 2020/08/10 23:00:28 Techmeme
Bloomberg : Source: AmEx is in advanced talks to buy SoftBank-backed online lender Kabbage for as much as $850M in an all-cash deal as soon as this month — American Express Co. is in advanced talks to buy the online small-business lender Kabbage Inc., which is backed by investors including Japan's SoftBank Group Corp …
Viasat Joins Stand for Small Initiative, Spearheaded by American Express, to Support U.S. Small Businesses during the COVID-19 Pandemic 2020/08/10 12:00:00 PR Newswire
CARLSBAD, Calif., Aug. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Viasat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT), a global communications company, announced today it is proud to partner with American Express and a growing group of companies on the Stand For Small program, an initiative to provide meaningful support to…
PayPal parts with top advertising executive after shifting its marketing strategy during the pandemic 2020/08/07 21:50:51 Business Insider
PayPal's chief creative officer Steve Simpson, its top advertising executive, left the company after about a year. The move came after PayPal shifted its marketing strategy during the coronavirus pandemic, placing less emphasis on the brand and more on catering to small businesses, said a source with direct knowledge of the marketing operation. Simpson's departure followed that of CMO and former Apple executive Allison Johnson in May. Both "decided to leave PayPal" as the company streamlines its global marketing functions, according to a PayPal spokeswoman. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . PayPal's highest-ranking ad executive Steve Simpson left earlier this month after just over a year as part of a restructuring of its global marketing business. Simpson, who was chief creative officer, was hired to make high-minded ad campaigns to help PayPal stand out from competitors like Square, Stripe, and Apple Pay. But this strategy changed abruptly following the pandemic outbreak and the April promotion of VP of growth marketing Leanne Sheraton, said someone with direct knowledge of the matter who is known to Business Insider but requested anonymity.
Chase Sapphire Reserve card review: One of the best premium travel cards, with unbeatable bonus rewards 2020/08/07 20:56:00 Business Insider
Chase Chase Sapphire Reserve® Review: Is the Chase Sapphire Reserve the best card for you? The Chase Sapphire Reserve® is an extremely valuable card for travel, thanks to the valuable Ultimate Rewards points it earns and benefits like a $300 annual travel credit. It does charge a steep $550 annual fee, but if you can put its benefits to use, it could be the best premium credit card for you . If you don't want to pay a premium-level annual fee, the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card is a good alternative, at $95 a year. It earns bonus points on the same purchase categories as the Sapphire Reserve, but at a lower rate, and it offers most of the same travel protections. Bottom line: Those who are new to rewards credit cards may want to start elsewhere, but if you know you want to earn Chase points and you spend a lot on travel and dining, the Chase Sapphire Reserve® is one of the most rewarding options. Chase Sapphire Reserve versus other Chase credit cards Chase Sapphire Reserve Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card Annual fee $550 $95 $95 Rewards rate 10x points on Lyft rides 3x points on travel and dining 1x on everything else 5x points on Lyft rides 3x points on travel and dining 1x on everything else 3x points on travel, shipping purchases, internet, cable, and phone services, and on advertising purchases with social media sites and search engines* 1x on everything else Welcome bonus 50k points after you spend $4k in the first 3 months from account opening 60k points after you spend $4k in the first 3 months from account opening 100k points after you spend $15k in the first 3 months from account opening *earn 3x points on the first $150,000 in combined purchases in these categories each account anniversary year.
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