Jared Scheeler, an owner of the Hub, a gas station and convenience store, who also sits on the board of the National Association of Convenience Stores, at the gas station in Dickinson, N.D., Nov. 10, 2015. Scheeler said it cost the average convenience store $26,000 to upgrade its gas pumps and point-of-sale terminals for the new security chip in debit and credit cards.
Jared Scheeler, an owner of the Hub, a gas station and convenience store, who also sits on the board of the National Association of Convenience Stores, at the gas station in Dickinson, N.D., Nov. 10, 2015. Scheeler said it cost the average convenience store $26,000 to upgrade its gas pumps and point-of-sale terminals for the new security chip in debit and credit cards. ANDREW CULLEN NYT
Jared Scheeler, an owner of the Hub, a gas station and convenience store, who also sits on the board of the National Association of Convenience Stores, at the gas station in Dickinson, N.D., Nov. 10, 2015. Scheeler said it cost the average convenience store $26,000 to upgrade its gas pumps and point-of-sale terminals for the new security chip in debit and credit cards. ANDREW CULLEN NYT

Chip credit cards give retailers another grievance against banks

November 21, 2015 1:00 PM