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Major Retailer Tests Robots for Blind Shoppers

One large national retailer has started quietly testing a...

CVS Shuts Down Site After Security Leak

A major pharmacy chain's program designed to let customers...

CIOs Learn Very Little From Security Audits

Security audits—often conducted by the same firms that handle...

Emcor CIO Upends ‘Traditional IT’ Goals

When Emcor Group CIO Joe Puglisi recently decided to...

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Wal-Mart Says Its Site-to-Store Program Doing Well

Wal-Mart's version of the virtually ubiquitous buy-online-pickup-in-store strategy has reduced customer shipping costs by $5 million while sharply increasing...

TJX, Polo Data Surfaces in Credit Card Bust

After more than $75 million in bogus credit card charges, several Cuban nationals in Florida have been arrested with...

Many Retailers Taking Big Chances with Test Data

A high percentage of retailers are using unprotected customer information when they test their credit card processing systems, leaving...

Staples Tries Reusable RFID Tags

The traditional argument against item-level RFID is that it only makes economic sense for products costing more than $100,...

Federal Judge Rules Against Retailer in Credit Card Receipt Case

As a series of lawsuits against some of the nation's largest retailers for illegally revealing too much credit card...

Wal-Mart to Add RFID to 400 More Stores

The world's largest retailer on May 1 reaffirmed its support for RFID, citing one-third fewer out-of-stock items, a reduction...

Neiman Marcus Group Data Swiped Via a Stolen Computer

As retailers try and review their data-protection policies, it's not a bad idea to extend it all the way...

Bank Group Sues TJX over Data Breach

In another in a lengthy line of lawsuits against The TJX Companies involving the massive data breach that the...

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