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First Data Corporation is a provider of commerce-enabling technology and solutions for merchants, financial institutions and card issuers. The Company's segments are Global Business Solutions (GBS), Global Financial Solutions (GFS), Network & Security Solutions (NSS), and Corporate. The GBS segment provides businesses of all sizes and types with a range of solutions at the point of sale, including merchant acquiring, e-commerce, mobile commerce, point-of-sale, and other business solutions. The GFS segment provides financial institutions, which include bank and non-bank issuers, such as retailers with card portfolios, with a range of solutions that enable them to offer financial products and solutions to their customers. The NSS segment provides a range of network solutions and security, risk and fraud management solutions to business and financial institution clients in its GBS and GFS segments, and to financial institutions, businesses, governments, processors and other clients.

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UPDATE: Whole Foods launches digital catalog organized by dietary preference

12:21 pm ET January 3, 2019 (MarketWatch)
Print Inc.'s (AMZN) Whole Foods Market has launched an online catalog ( that lets shoppers search by dietary preference, and provides nutritional information and ingredients, the grocer said on Thursday. Whole Foods' own data shows that many customers shop according to dietary choices. And Moody's analysis, published in October, shows that while online penetration for food was less than 2%, there's growth potential. "The e-commerce battle for supermarkets has assumed greater intensity since Amazon swooped up Whole Foods in 2017 for $13.7 billion," Moody's wrote. "Food has become a big battleground for retailers like Walmart, Costco, Target and more recently Amazon, which are looking to leverage food offerings to gain greater share across a range of other goods - yet another factor pressuring margins in this industry." Whole Foods customers can filter through products based on diets like vegan, low sodium or paleo-friendly. Amazon shares are up 26% for the past year while the S&P 500 index has slipped 8.7% for the period.

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