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Macy's latest retailer to up holiday hiring

And Kohl's (NYSE: KSS) is adding 34 percent more seasonal workers–a total of 67,000. Target (NYSE: TGT ...

Target partners with Faribault for Holiday

Target (NYSE:TGT) is giving a sneak peak of upcoming holiday partnerships, unveiling an exclusive collection of wool textiles from Faribault Woolen Mills. The classic-meets-modern collection of American-made accessories and giftable items includes limited edition bags, throws, scarves for men and women, and tech ...

Home Depot may have left data vulnerable

Target's (NYSE: TGT) 2013 breach, which exposed the credit card information of more than 40 million ...

Retailers not spending enough on IT infrastructure

(NYSE: HD), Target (NYSE: TGT), Michaels and P.F. Changs have increased retailer and consumer awareness ...

Apple's iPhone 6 stealing retail's holiday thunder

Walmart (NYSE: WMT), Target (NYSE: TGT) and RadioShack (NYSE: RSH), will definitely benefit. Radioshack ...

Target beats Walmart on Canadian pricing

Canadian Target stores (NYSE: TGT) have dropped prices in an attempt to entice customers from rival Walmart (NYSE: WMT). Target's products now cost 3.9 percent less than Walmart's in a basket of identical consumer goods, according to a pricing study from Kantar Retail. The cuts suggest ...

Home Depot breach affects 56M debit, credit cards

surpasses the number of those hit by the 2013 malware attack on Target (NYSE: TGT) customers, which ...

Home Depot and Target hacks the work of different groups

There's new information to suggest that the groups behind the Home Depot (NYSE: HD) and Target (NYSE: TGT) data breaches were not the same. Different malware was used in the more recent attack on Home Depot than in Target's 2013 data breach. According to Bloomberg News, the program used ...

Eskimo malware exploits Amazon's Twitch user accounts

 (NYSE: TGT) and Supervalu (NYSE: SVU) have been hit by a  blight of "Backoff" malware ...

Target narrows focus to baby, child, style and wellness products

Target (NYSE: TGT) is planning to focus its bullseye on a handful of departments as part of a strategic move to bring shoppers back into the stores and stay competitive online. In essence, the retailer will drop the big-box image and pare down to essentials such as baby products and fashion. The change, ...