As consumers continue to absorb the news that the Target data breach affected far more people than the chain originally announced, the company is offering a year of free credit monitoring to customers. Target initially said 40 million credit card accounts were compromised, but now says the figure is closer to 110 million. Target’s stock was down again Monday, and the retailer announced last week that fourth quarter sales, which included the big holiday shopping season, were down two percent.
Luxury merchant Neiman Marcus confirmed Saturday that thieves stole some of its customers’ payment card information and made unauthorized charges over the holiday season, becoming the second retailer in recent weeks to announce it had fallen victim to a cyber-security attack. The hacking, coming weeks after Target Corp. revealed its own breach, underscores the increasing challenges that merchants have in thwarting security breaches. Ginger Reeder, spokeswoman for Dallas-based Neiman Marcus Group Ltd., said in an email Saturday that the retailer had been notified in mid-December by its credit card processor about potentially unauthorized payment activity following customer purchases at stores.
It’s been sitting empty since last winter. But now, the former Neiman Marcus building in downtown Minneapolis is off the market. The state’s largest gas utility, CenterPoint Energy, has inked a deal to purchased the property, according to Twin Cities Business.
When Target collaborated with Missoni to offer customers a piece of Italian-designed clothing at a fraction of the price, the website crashed and store shelves were bare in a matter of hours. So what will happen when the bulls-eye company partners with a name like Neiman Marcus?
Shoppers might be excited about Black Friday deals, but there are plenty of protesters, too.
Neiman Marcus is the latest luxury retailer saying goodbye to Minnesota, and it might have a lot to do with how much Minnesotans are able to spend these days.
The Neiman Marcus Group, Inc. announced Monday that it would be closing the 118,000-square-foot Neiman Marcus store on Nicollet Mall.
They may make an odd couple, but discounter Target and luxury merchant Neiman Marcus are jointly offering a limited collection ranging from fashion to sporting goods for the winter holidays.
A versatile dress will get a lot of wear — from weddings to work — whereas a statement dress will work hard to state your arrival at any wedding.
Shopping is possible just about anywhere in the Twin Cities, but let’s be honest, when we ladies say we’re going shopping, there’s one thing in the back of our minds: shoes.
Even the most conservative interview outfit is worthy of a hint of personal style.
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It’s easy to forget your inner sexy when you’re dressed like the Michelin Man.