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  • Credit cards charge into the future, belatedly, with chip technology

    Credit cards charge into the future, belatedly, with chip technology
    Will this be the last year you swipe all your gift purchases? Next holiday season, odds are you'll make some credit card purchases differently, using a newly issued Visa or MasterCard embedded with anti-theft chip technology. The job of the magnetic...
  • Blotter: $80,000 in property reported stolen from home in Glenview

    Blotter: $80,000 in property reported stolen from home in Glenview
    The following items were taken from Glenview police reports: An estimated $80,000 in property was reported stolen Nov. 18 from a home in the 3500 block of Keenan Lane. The homeowner found the rear sliding door shattered and the house ransacked...
  • Home Depot faces dozens of lawsuits related to data breach

    Home Depot faces dozens of lawsuits related to data breach
    Home Depot Inc. faces at least 44 lawsuits in the U.S. and Canada over a massive data breach this year that affected 56 million debit and credit cards. The nation's biggest home improvement retailer said Tuesday in a regulatory filing that several state...
  • Foreign gangs top list of Target data breach suspects

    MINNEAPOLIS One year after thieves infiltrated Target's cash registers, a website openly sells millions of credit and debit card numbers stolen in that data breach and many others. Anyone can log on to the site, rescator.cc, and shop for cards by ZIP...
  • Target healing from breach, though shoppers remain at risk

    MINNEAPOLIS It wasn't the first, nor was it the biggest. But Target's data breach struck a nerve like no other. A year ago this week, cyberthieves started copying information from every transaction at Target's 1,800 U.S. stores. After they were...
  • Blotter: Man with outstanding warrant punches Apple store manager in Orland Park

    Blotter: Man with outstanding warrant punches Apple store manager in Orland Park
    The following were taken from Orland Park police reports. A 20-year-old Tinley Park man was charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia after two marijuana pipes were discovered in his vehicle during a Nov. 5 traffic stop at 159th Street...
  • Shopping safely with plastic could be tricky again this year

    Shopping safely with plastic could be tricky again this year
    Q: Is credit and debit card security going to be an issue again this holiday season? A: Almost certainly, and it could hit close to home. Just last month, the G.H. Bass outlet store on Orlando's International Drive announced someone had attached a...
  • Behind the scenes at Harford Air Services' flight school

    For some, the allure of flight drives a lifelong obsession, and the sky is the only place they really feel at home. “It’s the feeling of freedom and the passion,” says aspiring pilot Ryan Kegerise. A student at Harford Air Services&...
  • Home Depot profit rises despite data breach

    Home Depot's third-quarter profit rose 14% as sales climbed in the U.S., suggesting that a huge data breach announced two months ago has not shaken the faith of customers. The nation's biggest home improvement retailer stuck to its outlook for all of...
  • Can Best Buy face-lift help lift Chicago-area stores?

    Can Best Buy face-lift help lift Chicago-area stores?
    Best Buy poured $20 million into its 43 Chicago-area stores this year, giving an overdue face-lift to one of its oldest markets and adding several new features, such as high-end appliances and professional-grade cameras, that the electronics giant hopes...
  • Khecari presents a dance performance in a dungeon

    Khecari presents a dance performance in a dungeon
    To find the latest performance piece by the rising experimental dance company Khecari — "rhymes with 'treachery,'" explains founder Jonathan Meyer — go to West Rogers Park on the Far North Side. Specifically, Indian Boundary Park on Lunt...