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  • Target to raise worker pay to at least $9 an hour, report says

    Target to raise worker pay to at least $9 an hour, report says
    Target Corp. plans to raise pay for workers to at least $9 an hour, following similar wage increases by retail rivals Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and T.J. Maxx parent company TJX Cos., according to a report. The nation's third-largest retailer will implement...
  • Target says 1,700 to be laid off, primarily from company's headquarters

    Target says 1,700 to be laid off, primarily from company's headquarters
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Target Corp. says it is laying off 1,700 workers and permanently closing out another 1,400 open positions. The announcement puts a number on last week's announcement that the company would eliminate several thousand jobs as part...
  • Target to lay off 1,700 workers

    Target to lay off 1,700 workers
    Retailer Target Corp. said Tuesday that it would lay off about 1,700 employees and close 1,400 open positions as part of a plan to "transform" its business. The Minneapolis-based company expects to pay about $100 million in severance costs, according to...
  • Target to cut $2B in costs, including several thousand jobs

    Target to cut $2B in costs, including several thousand jobs
    Target Corp. is cutting several thousand jobs as part of a plan to eliminate $2 billion in costs over the next two years. The goal: to make the Minneapolis-based discounter more agile to compete in an increasingly competitive landscape and appeal to...
  • When Terrorists Attack Online, Is Cyber-Insurance Enough?

    When Terrorists Attack Online, Is Cyber-Insurance Enough?
    The November attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment drew around-the-clock media attention, but far from Hollywood's studio lights is a growing legal debate in the starchy insurance industry about whether most cyber-policies cover such a breach. The U.S....
  • Savvy Shoppers Say 'Black Friday' Less Chaotic; Deals Still Abound

    Savvy Shoppers Say 'Black Friday' Less Chaotic; Deals Still Abound
    The Target store in New Britain had been open for 12 hours as dawn broke, and the crowds normally associated with Black Friday had already subsided — or, perhaps, as one shopper suggested, were just taking a breather. "This is like the lull,"...
  • Efecto por "Black Friday" se disipa en EEUU tras algarabía nocturna de compras

    Efecto por "Black Friday" se disipa en EEUU tras algarabía nocturna de compras
    Las aglomeraciones de gente en los centros comerciales de Estados Unidos no fueron muy grandes durante el "Black Friday", una señal de que los compradores se están habituando a la cascada de ofertas tras la algarabía por los descuentos desde la noche...
  • Target leaving Canada, to close all 133 stores, lay off 17,600 workers

    Target leaving Canada, to close all 133 stores, lay off 17,600 workers
    After a brief stint in Canada, Target Corp. announced Thursday that it would close all of its 133 stores there and lay off nearly 17,600 employees.  The Minneapolis-based retailer expanded into Canada two years ago, but has struggled to turn a profit,...
  • Obama wants 'single, strong national standard' in reporting data breaches

     Obama wants 'single, strong national standard' in reporting data breaches
    In the wake of high-profile data breaches, President Obama proposed legislation to require companies to notify customers within 30 days of discovering that their personal information was exposed to hackers. The initiative was one of several data...
  • Obama wants firms to notify customers within 30 days of data breaches

    Obama wants firms to notify customers within 30 days of data breaches
    President Obama on Monday proposed the first federal standard for data breaches, which would require companies to notify customers within 30 days of the discovery that their personal information was exposed to hackers. In a speech at the Federal Trade...
  • 99 Cents Only to pay over $2 million to settle hazardous waste charges

    99 Cents Only to pay over $2 million to settle hazardous waste charges
    99 Cents Only Stores has agreed to pay more than $2 million to settle accusations that its operations improperly stored, handled and disposed of hazardous and pharmaceutical waste. An investigation found that the retailer's 251 stores and distribution...