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Despite approaching October deadline of EMV migration, 14% of retailers still have work to do, 19% not prepared

Retail crimes in UK at 10-year high as $910M was stolen in 2014, up 18% from prior year

Target Canada owes billions to a long list of creditors, including companies, and $12M to provincial and municipal governments

LVMH's bagmaker Fendi said it will boost revenue in 2015, despite a stall in demand for luxury items

Sears Canada offering jobs and discounts to employees of Target Canada

And finally...Small town in U.K. attracts flocks of tourists to 24 charity shops—which receive 80% off business rates for renting stores—forcing independent retailers to close. Story

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