Retail Roundup—Chipotle's possible data breach, Target's Dallas revamp

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The suspected unauthorized activity at Chipotle occurred between March 24 and April 18.

Chipotle’s possible data breach

Chipotle is reporting that its payments system was hacked. The company said it has detected and stopped suspected unauthorized activity that occurred between March 24 and April 18. Chipotle is working with a cybersecurity firm, payment processors and law enforcement to address the matter. (Fortune)

Target to revamp more than half Dallas stores

Target will spend $220 million this year to remodel more than half of its stores in Dallas-Fort Worth. The changes include new fixtures, self-checkouts and Starbucks cafes in select stores. In total, Target plans to remodel 600 stores around the country by 2019. (Dallas News)

SuperValu’s wholesale division quarter’s bright spot

SuperValu is still planning to sell off underperforming store locations and shift its primary focus to integrating its recent acquisition of Unified Grocers. But while the retail division struggles, the wholesale sector showed gains in the latest quarter. (Supermarket News)

Kit and Ace to close international stores

Chip Wilson, founder of Lululemon, announced that Kit and Ace will close all of its international stores in the U.S., U.K. and Australia. Founded by his Wilson’s wife, Sharon, Kit and Ace will instead focus on Canadian locations and e-commerce. (Vancouver Sun)

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