21. WSJ  reporter Stephanie N. Mehta interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on the MASTERCARD BOARD for page A1 story titled:MasterCard to Slash the Size of Its Board While Adding a Citigroup Executive

22. WSJ  reporter Paul Beckett interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on CITIGROUP CARDS for page A1 story titled: Citigroup’s Card Switch May Signal Shakeout

23. WSJ  reporters Bryan Gruley and Paul Beckett interview RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on VISA/MC DOJ LAWSUIT for page A1 story titled:  Visa, MasterCard Named in Antitrust Suit — Justice Department Says Credit-Card Networks Suppressed Competition

24. WSJ  reporter Lynn Asinof interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on CARD ISSUER PRICING for page C1 story titled:  Card Issuers Aren’t Dealing Out Low Rates

 25. WSJ  reporter Robert Guenther interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on CARD PRICING STRATEGIES for page A1 story titled:  Lower Rates on Bank Credit Cards Can Mask Some Costly New Twists

26. WSJ  reporters Jane J. Kim and Ron Lieber interview RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on ADJUSTABLE LOAN RATES for page D1 story titled: Higher Rates Start To Bite Consumers; Lure of Adjustable Loans May Wane as Impact Of Fed Moves Sets In; Lines of Credit Above 7%

27. WSJ  reporter Jane J. Kim interviews  RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY TRANSACTIONS for page D3 story titled:  Using Plastic Abroad Gets Pricier; Card Issuers and Merchants Compete for a Slice of Fees From Currency Transactions

28. WSJ  reporter Jane J. Kim interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on MBNA for page C4 story titled:   Moving the Market: What’s in MBNA Deal’s Cards?

29. WSJ  reporter Robert Berner interviews  RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on SEARS EARNINGS for page B1 story titled:  Come See the Softer Side of Sears — Its Earnings

30. WSJ  reporter Georgette Jasen interviews  RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on REDUCING CREDIT CARD FEES  for page R13 story titled:  Personal Finance (A Special Report): Banking and Borrowing — Ace in the Hole: It’s easy to cut credit-card fees; Just ask

31. WSJ  reporter Karen Hube interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on SUBPRIME CREDIT CARDS  for page C1 story titled: In the Wild West of Subprime Lending, Borrowers Have to Dodge Many Bullets

32. WSJ  reporter Karen Hube interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on ELITE CREDIT CARDS  for page C1 story titled: Elite Treat: Credit Cards Of Titanium  

33. WSJ  reporter Stephen E. Frank interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on the CREDIT CARD PARTNERS for page B1 story titled:  Savvy consumers thwart credit-card partners

 34. WSJ  reporter Stephen E. Frank interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on the CREDIT CARD CANCELLATION FEES for page B1 story titled:  Credit Cards: Are New Fees for Canceling an Account in the Cards?

35. WSJ  reporter Stephen E. Frank interviews payments expert Robert McKinley on MASTERCARD INCENTIVES for page B6 story titled:  MasterCard Offers Big Spenders A Dinner Date With a Fast Driver

36. WSJ  reporter Rebecca Blumenstein interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on GM CARD REWARDS for page A2 story titled:  GM is cutting award limits in half for holders of its gold credit card

37. WSJ  reporter Laurie Hays interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on GE CARD FEES for page B8 story titled:  GE plans to charge a yearly $25 fee if card balances are paid off monthly

38. WSJ  reporter Stephen E. Frank interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY for page C1 story titled:  Your money matters: Weekend report: Over your head in debt? Bankruptcy offers new start

39. WSJ  reporter Vanessa O’Connell interviews  RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on CREDIT CARD LATE FEES for page A2 story titled:   Late fees for credit-card bills grow as more holders fall behind due dates 

40. WSJ  reporter Vanessa O’Connell interviews RAM Research CEO Robert McKinley on PURCHASE PROTECTION PROGRAMS for page C1 story titled:  Your money matters: Credit-card issuers curtail ‘protection,’ forcing holders to seek perks elsewhere

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