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Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO discusses the company's response when it first learned of its massive security breach and how it worked with banks to notify and protect customers.
Terry Lundgren, chairman, president and CEO of Macy's, discusses his company's efforts to protect their customers from the kind of security breach that happened at Target, where as many as 110 million customers had their private data compromised.
Luxury department store chain Neiman Marcus said on Friday that hackers may have stolen customers' credit and debit card information.
Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO explains how his company intends to learn from the security breach that compromised around 110 million customers and implement changes that will allow the company to become a better retailer."
Steve Sadove, former Saks chairman & CEO, and Matthew Shay, NRF CEO, discuss why it's time to move to new technology to enhance credit card safety and protect customer safety
Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO, explains why it is now time to upgrade the nation's standard level of security on credit and debit cards with new microchip technology.
Target and Neiman Marcus are not the only U.S. retailers whose networks have been breached, sources familiar with attacks on other merchants say.
Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO speaks to CNBC's Becky Quick about the massive data breach that impacted up to 110 million customers who may have had their personal information stolen. Clearly we are accountable for what happen, says Steinhafel, but we are going to come out of this a better company and make significant changes.
CNBC's Becky Quick talks to Gregg W. Steinhafel about the data breach that affected up to 110 million customers and what the company is doing to prevent another one.
CNBC's Becky Quick talks to Target CEO Gregg W. Steinhafel about the data breach that now affects some 100 million Target customers.
Without a massive shift towards a technology that stores data on a chip instead of a magnetic strip, data breaches will plague the retail industry.
Digging into the financials of various retailers, including Five Below and Sears, with Jan Kniffen, CEO of Worldwide Enterprises, and Herb Greenberg of TheStreet.com.
Target says 70 million Target shoppers have had their names, emails, addresses and phone numbers stolen during November 27th and December 15th. Faye Landes, Cowen & Co.; Scott Schober, Berkeley Varitronics Systems CEO; and Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen CEO, provide perspective.
Target says not only has it increased the number of those impacted due to a data breach at the retailer, but the time frame has shifted earlier. The FMHR traders share their favorite cybersecurity plays.
Sears' dismal same-store sales announcement simply confirmed what many retail analysts have been saying for months.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan looks at retailers moving in the right direction including Tiffany and Macy's.
Discussing Target's data breach and how much it will hurt their bottom line, with Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors.
Pope Francis has taken the world by storm since his election to the papacy, and his popularity is spreading, according to retailers.
Target disclosed that a mass information breach involved data belonging to up to 70 million customers.
The number of shoppers hitting the first day of sales in France has declined from the previous year as increased competition and online offerings have pushed customers to shop on the web.