Two big retailers have released their Black Friday catalogs online, so you can do some browsing before you head out.
As the last few days of summer dwindle for D.C.-area students,
many parents are salivating at the deals they can score while back-to-school
A former Fairfax County sheriff\’s office employee faces two charges of petty larceny in connection with shoplifting incidents at a Target store in Leesburg, Virgina.
Target officials told him he violated procedure by not filling out paperwork before contacting police.
Target has run into more problems after last year\’s security data
breach exposed tens-of-thousands of its customers\’ personal information.
In the past few months, millions of people had personal and
financial information stolen because of security lapses at retailers and
Target apologizes to customers after people took to Twitter to complain about very poorly photoshopped images on the store\’s website of a model in bikinis.
Target\’s security breach has shoppers on edge, especially after a report says it was part of a broader scam that could have affected more retailers — but one expert says consumers can still protect themselves.
The hackers who compromised up to 40 million Target credit and debit cards also manged to steal encrypted personal identification numbers, according to Reuters. Target suffered a major security breach when hackers targeted the big-box chain’s point-of-sale systems between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15. The hackers gained access to customer names, card numbers, card expiration…
This time around, the fake emails look like they\’re coming from big box stores.
Target is offering a 10 percent discount this weekend and free credit-monitoring to try to win over shoppers scared by the massive credit- and debit-card breach announced Thursday. But some customers are not in the mood to be won over yet.
The Metropolitan Police Department and Target teamed up for the annual Shop with Cops event, to send nearly 200 kids on a $100 shopping spree at the Columbia Heights store.
Target has issued an apology to the nearly 40 million people who were victims of the second-biggest credit card breach in U.S. history.
After Target\’s security breach, many customers are scrambling to
make sure they are not victims of identity theft.
What\’s everyone talking about today? Here\’s a quick breakdown to keep you in the loop