Moved by the potential to trim transaction times while fattening average tickets, Taco Bell and Tim Hortons are among the latest batch of quick-service chains testing or deploying technology that supports so-called "contactless" payment cards.   Such cards are being issued in growing numbers by credit and debit card organizations but still represent a very small portion of the total payment card universe. They enable consumers to settle their tabs by merely waving their ...

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