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  • Obama signs order to tighten card security

    U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order to improve security measures for federal credit cards in an effort to lead the way for banks and retailers. The President also called on Congress to enact his Cybersecurity Legislative Proposal.

Half of US shoppers likely to avoid data breached retailers

Almost half of U.S. shoppers, 45 percent, said they would avoid holiday shopping at stores that were affected by data breaches in the past year, according to a CreditCards.com report.

Amazon stores could pressure back-end operations

Online retailer Amazon is eyeing the physical world with plans to open stores. And in spite of the e-commerce giant's prowess at just about everything it attempts, the real-world effort could put pressure on its back-end operations.

Walmart focused on enterprise-wide improvements

Walmart management is trying to turn a very big ship. As supercenters underperform, the focus has shifted to small stores and omnichannel initiatives, moves confirmed by Walmart CEO Doug McMillon during a meeting with analysts.

Kmart confirms data breach

Kmart is the latest retailer to report a breach in its payment data systems. The company announced the launch of a full investigation in partnership with a leading IT security firm to learn more details of the malware hack.

Only 5% of retail has fully executed omnichannel strategy

In spite of rising consumer expectations, just 5 percent of retailers believe they have advanced omnichannel capabilities, according to a new report by SPS Commerce.

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