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Target is making a major shift. It’s looking to get away from packaged products and focus more on healthier grocery options, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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Target’s computer security staff raised concerns about its payment-card system at least two months before the massive data breach.
Target is apologizing to customers for its widespread data breach by offering a discount to everyone this weekend. But on Saturday, some of the emails customers received may have been part of a phishing scam. According to the Wall Street Journal, fake emails were sent out Saturday that looked close to the real ones. But instead of linking people to credit bureau websites, the sites were fraudulent.
The Secret Service says it is investigating a credit- and debit-card data theft at Target stores. Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary confirms the agency is investigating, but declined to provide further details.
The Senate passed its higher education budget on Wednesday, a $2.8 billion package that aims to hold down tuition and make public universities and colleges more accountable to the state.
The University of Minnesota has hired an outside consulting firm to analyze the university’s administrative costs and report to state lawmakers.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler addressed state lawmakers Tuesday and defended the University against charges made by a national newspaper.
A few months ago, we talked about Ricky Gervais’ column detailing why he’s an atheist. He’s back with another funny, interesting missive, this time inspired by the upcoming Easter holiday. Take a look.
Chad spoke with Wall Street Journal Peter Landers from Japan on the latest with their nuclear reactor crisis. We’ve got links to some of his stories.
No playdates. No sleepovers. Straight “A’s” required. Those are some of the parenting rules put forward in a new controversial book called, “The Battle Hymn of The Tiger Mother.”
On Friday afternoon, Jason – in for Michele – talked with John Fund of the Wall Street Journal about the money being spent in political races that comes from outside the districts being contested…
In his second hour on Tuesday, Chad discussed this Wall Street Journal article about a group putting out a negative ad campaign targeting McDonalds…