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After the Big Data Breach, Has Target Learned Its Lesson?

Adam Levin | Posted 08.12.2014 | Business
Adam Levin

While there have been surveys that tell a different story, with at least one reporting that more than 60 percent of Target shoppers aren't too worried about their data security, the common wisdom now is that a breach can undo years of brand equity -- and that appears to be the case at Target.

'A Real Punch In The Gut,' For Target

The Huffington Post | Jillian Berman | Posted 01.25.2014 | Business

A data breach that exposed millions of customers' sensitive personal information was “a real punch in the gut,” for Target, the company's CEO Greg...

Target Promises 'Significant Changes'

Reuters | Posted 03.15.2014 | Business

Jan 12 (Reuters) - Target Corp plans to make "significant changes" in light of the data breach during the holiday shopping season when hackers stole...

Target Depends on Gay Designers for Fashion Cred, Yet Gives Money to Anti-Gay Candidates -- We Call Foul

Style Section L.A. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
Style Section L.A.

By Andrew Harmon If you typed "gay" into Google News last Wednesday you got a doozy in subsequent search results: Target has donated a cool $150,000 ...

Target CEO Defends Contributions To Anti-Gay Pol, LGBT Community Fired Up

Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago

A campaign contribution to a well-known anti-gay politician in Minnesota has become a rather large public relations nightmare for Target CEO Gregg Ste...