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Target credit card breach still hurts small businesses

by Amy Kiley Jun 11, 2014
After credit card hacks, it's tough to get customers' new credit card numbers.

The enduring cost of Target's credit card breach

by Stan Alcorn Feb 26, 2014
Target lost tens of millions of dollars after a security breach.

Why are American credit card companies using outdated technology?

by Mark Garrison Jan 20, 2014
American banks and retailers are still using the same old magnetic strip cards, instead of more secure chip and pin cards commonly used abroad.
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Worried about Target? The do's and don'ts of protecting your data

by Carmen Wong Ulrich Jan 17, 2014
Millions of Americans have had credit card and debit card information stolen by hackers at big retailers like Target and Neiman Marcus. Marketplace Money host Carmen Wong Ulrich talks to consumer advocate Bob Sullivan about what we can do to…
By The Numbers

"We're sorry you got hacked": Target's letter to unlucky shoppers

by Ariana Tobin Jan 16, 2014
Target's CEO advises victims of the credit hack to "be cautious about sharing personal information."

Neiman Marcus, like Target, reveals credit card hack

by Stacey Vanek Smith Jan 13, 2014
How do companies decide whether and how to reveal details of data breaches to the public?
Pedestrians walk past a Neiman Marcus store on the Magnificent Mile March 5, 2009 in Chicago, Ill.
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