Target's chief information officer resigns as the retailer overhauls its information security and compliance division in the wake of a massive pre-Christmas data breach.
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Target not only failed to protect its customers' personal financial information stolen, it reportedly also fumbled the credit monitoring service it offered to protect them.
Companies that help Target process payments could face millions of dollars in fines and costs resulting from the unprecedented data breach during the holiday shopping season.
Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel says he's still shaken by the company's massive security breach that may have affected as many as 70 million credit and debit card users.
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Target reportedly suffers a consumer backlash and Apple makes a breakthrough in China.
In the wake of a massive data breach, Target suffered reduced customer traffic over one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year, according to a report.
Stocks are at record highs after one last Bernanke inspired rally, and Target was just that -- the target of thieves.
Payment card data reportedly was stolen from an unknown number of Target customers starting on the busy Black Friday weekend in a major breach at the retailer.
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More retailers are getting in on super-early Christmas sales. Today, Target surprised us all by holding Cyber Monday two months ahead of schedule.
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Target is rolling out a program to let shoppers use their Facebook accounts to redeem special offers on in-store purchases, another brick-and-mortar response to 'showrooming'.