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Target today agreed to pay $18.5 million to settle state lawsuits over a 2013 breach of its database.
Republican backers of the border tax believe it could bring in $1 trillion.
No, retail hasn't totally died.
The struggling automaker is not the only giant company in need of an experienced technology leader at the top.
It's really pretty simple.
Store closures could help Target.
Target is falling far behind Walmart in the M&A game.
Wall Street remains resilient over the past week even after markets suffers their most punishing days of the year in the middle of the week.
Walmart continues to outperform its closest rival.
A new survey brings one new issue to light.
Foot Locker's first quarter wasn't kickin'.
Casper generated $200 million in revenue in 2016, its second year of operation.
Its the first time the industry has posted two consecutive months of improving sales since 2015.
The firm also raised the company's price target to $80.
Will the sell-off ever end?
Wall Street snaps back to gains on Thursday as positive earnings from Walmart help distract from brewing trouble in Washington, D.C.
Stocks add to gains on Thursday, coming back from their worst losses in eight months a day earlier, as a positive quarter for Walmart boosts consumer names.
Stocks could be due for a breather, thanks to what's happening in the Oval Office.
The ugliness continues in retail.
Messy politics in Washington, D.C., spilled over onto financial markets on Wednesday, the most punishing day for stocks this year.
Wall Street seems to like Target's latest quarter.
Stocks hold onto their worst losses since September on Wednesday as another Donald Trump scandal provoked a selloff.
Jim Cramer expects good results from Walmart before the open Thursday.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks and market declines.
Stocks add to losses on Wednesday morning as another Donald Trump scandal puts his agenda in jeopardy for the second time this week.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said he liked Target's earnings but wasn't pleased that traffic was down.