Target Says PIN Numbers Among Data Stolen in Breach

They were still encrypted, the store says.


Target Discusses Breach With State Attorneys

Target Corp. moved on Monday to allay rising concerns from state attorneys general over its 20-day security breach.

By Setting Debit Limits Following Target Breach, Chase Looking Out for Itself, Too

Chase will also issue new debit cards to all of its customers whose accounts may have been compromised; Target is not doing the same for its Redcard holders.

In Wake of Card Data Breach, Target’s Redcard Website Has Been Down All Day

A bad day gets worse for the retail giant and its customers.


Target Hit by Credit-Card Breach

Target Corp. was hit by an extensive theft of its customers’ credit card data over the key Black Friday weekend, people familiar with the matter said, in what appears to be a brazen breach of a major retailer’s information security.

Yep, It’s Looking Like an iPad Christmas

If you’re in the market for an iPad, there are deals to be had.

Either Ugly Sweaters Are Still In, or Amazon Is Very Late to the Party

For the first time, the online retailer markets a section of its site to this niche of holiday-themed attire.

Buying a Videogame Console on Black Friday? Here’s What You Need to Know.

A buyer’s guide to the deals you can get — and the differences among the game consoles — for anyone partaking in America’s consumerist holiday.

Amazon Expanding Its Own Private Label Offering to Supermarket Goods

Will Amazon market these branded product lines more aggressively than it has in the past?

Target Confirms Brightspot, Its Own Prepaid Mobile Brand, With Plans Starting at $35 Per Month

As had been leaked, the retailer will offer plans starting at $35 per month with unlimited talk and text. For $50 per month, customers also get 1GB of high-speed data.