Retail Roundup—Saks, Lord & Taylor breach; Walmart talking with Humana

Saks Fifth Avenue
Saks and Lord & Taylor are among the latest victims of credit card hackers. (Kama Guezalova/CC BY 2.0)

Saks, Lord & Taylor report data breach

Hudson's Bay company has reported hackers have stolen the information for more than 5 million credit and debit cards used at its Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off 5th and Lord & Taylor stores. The company said the cards were used fraudulently for in-store purchases and there is no indication that online purchases were affected. (CNN Tech)

Walmart in talks with Humana

Walmart is in talks with health insurer Humana over working together or even a possible acquisition. The deal would bring closer the big-box retailer and health insurer, similar to CVS Health Corp.'s $69 million deal to acquire Aetna. (Reuters)

Ikea to focus on tech

Ikea is planning on shifting all of its focus to technology and away from the physical store. Although the company has managed to thrive in an age of online through a majority of physical store sales, the company wants to start changing how its customers shop through a series of new apps. (Fast Co. Design)

Domino's introduces mobile game

Domino's Pizza introduced a new mobile game that gives loyal customers another way to earn points. The "Piece of the Pie" game has six different game plays and helps earn points toward a free pizza. (PR Newswire)

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