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Gregg Steinhafel

  • Ow, Canada: US retailers get the cold shoulder Monday, 7 Apr 2014 | 11:21 AM ET

    Sales have been weak, and the retailer lost nearly a billion dollars in Canada for the year. Cracking the Canadian retail market, about one-tenth the size of the United States', looks simple. But Target's difficulties expose the challenges of doing business in Canada that have bedeviled other retailers.

  • BOSTON/ WASHINGTON, March 13- Target Corp's security software detected potentially malicious activity during last year's massive data breach but its staff decided not to take immediate action, the No. 3. U.S. retailer said on Thursday.

  • WASHINGTON, March 13- A Target Corp team of security experts, armed with a malware detection tool made by FireEye Inc, alerted company officials about a possible data breach on Nov. 30, but they failed to respond to the warning signs, according to a media report on Thursday.

  • *Target to look externally for replacement, CEO says. March 5- Target Corp announced an overhaul of its information security practices and the resignation of its chief information officer as the retailer tries to reassure customers and investors after a massive data breach late last year.

  • UPDATE 1-Target looks for new CIO in technology overhaul Wednesday, 5 Mar 2014 | 11:14 AM ET

    NEW YORK, March 5- Target Corp said Chief Information Officer Beth Jacob resigned and it would look externally for an interim CIO as the retailer plans an overhaul of its information security practices in the wake of a massive data breach late last year.

  • WASHINGTON/ NEW YORK, Jan 23- Congress turned up the heat on Target Corp on Thursday, summoning the company's chief financial officer to testify at a Senate hearing, while Democrats on a House committee asked the No. 3 retailer to turn over a slew of documents related to its massive data breach.

  • Jan 23- Three Democratic members of the House of Representatives sent Target Corp Chief Executive Gregg Steinhafel a letter on Thursday requesting documents on a data breach that affected tens of millions of Target customers.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 16- A decade of lawmaking by U.S. states to ensure consumers are told when their data has been hacked still lets companies such as Target Corp wait weeks or even months to disclose security breaches.

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 14- Two U.S. senators are seeking answers from the chief executive of Target Corp about the hacking of credit and debit cards of millions of customers during the holiday shopping season.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 13- As a credit card expert, Curtis Arnold expended a lot of personal capital promoting Target Corp's Red Card, the retailer's store-branded debit card, because of its generous rewards.

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 13- Democratic lawmakers on Monday called for a congressional inquiry into the hacking of credit and debit card data of tens of millions of customers of No. 3 U.S. retailer Target Corp during the holiday shopping season.

  • BOSTON/ NEW YORK, Jan 13- Target Corp began a major public relations effort on Monday to apologize to customers for an unprecedented cyber attack on its network, but the No. 3 U.S. retailer was vague in providing details about what it knew and when. Target is trying to woo back customers after sales dropped off at the end of the holiday season.

  • Jan 12- Target Corp plans to make "significant changes" in light of the data breach during the holiday shopping season when hackers stole personal information of millions of customers, the U.S. retailer's chief executive said in an interview with CNBC aired on Monday.

  • Jan 12- Target Corp plans to make "significant changes" in light of the data breach over the holiday shopping season when hackers stole personal information of millions of customers, the U.S. retailer's chief executive said in an interview to CNBC.

  • NEW YORK/ BOSTON, Jan 10- The data breach at Target Corp over the holiday shopping season was far bigger than initially thought, the U.S. company said on Friday, as state prosecutors announced a nationwide probe into the second-biggest retail cyber attack on record.

  • NEW YORK/ BOSTON, Jan 10- The data breach at Target Corp over the holiday shopping season was far bigger than initially thought, the U.S. company said on Friday, as state prosecutors announced a nationwide probe into the second-biggest retail cyber attack on record.

  • FACTBOX-How to deal with Target's data breach Friday, 10 Jan 2014 | 3:11 PM ET

    NEW YORK, Jan 10- The number of people affected by Target's data breach during the holiday season is now expected to be least 70 million, up from the company's original estimate of 40 million.

  • NEW YORK/ BOSTON, Jan 10- The data breach at Target Corp over the holiday shopping season was far bigger than initially thought, the U.S. retailer said on Friday, as state attorneys general announced a nationwide investigation into the cyber-attack.

  • NEW YORK/ BOSTON, Jan 10- U.S. retailer Target Corp said on Friday at least 70 million customers were affected by a cyber-attack over the holiday shopping season, nearly double its original estimate, and warned the stolen data was more detailed than first thought.

  • Jan 10- Target Corp said a massive payment card data breach that occurred during the first three weeks of the holiday shopping season affected up to 70 million people, far more than previously estimated. Target's shares were down 1.5 percent at $62.40 before the bell on Friday.

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