Retail Roundup—Nine West files for bankruptcy; Breach extends to Best Buy, Kmart

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Latest data breach also hits Best Buy customers. (Mike Mozart / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Breach extends to Best Buy, Kmart

A data breach exposing payment information from hundreds of thousands of Sears credit cards has now been expanded to include Best Buy and Kmart. These brands, along with Delta Airlines, were breached via online chat services provided by [24] (Threat Post)

Ikea opens first Philippine location

The largest Philippine shopping mall developer will build Ikea's first store in the country within one of its retail complexes. Starting at the Mall of Asia complex in Manila, the developer has plans to expand to other properties in the future. (Bloomberg)

Amazon released keyless features

Amazon Key's main features are being rolled out nationwide, allowing users to get keyless entry anywhere in the U.S. and guest access. Plus, users can add five more locks with Amazon Key, for a total of eight locks available per customer. (CNet)

Nine West files for bankruptcy

Nine West Holdings has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as part of a plan to restructure $1.5 billion in debt. As part of the agreement, the company plans to sell off Nine West and Bandolino and shift its focus to Anne Klein, One Jeanswear Group, the Jewelry Group and the Kasper Group—the more profitable entities. (Fortune)