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Retailers all over the world are taking a more personal approach to their customers in a bid to stand out from the crowd.
Read the Retail Week Customer Insight supplement as a fully digital edition.
Target has struck a $67m (£43m) deal with Visa to reimburse financial institutions for costs incurred after the retailer was hacked in 2013.
Retail news round-up on August 10, 2015: Carphone Warehouse’s data hacked, Morrisons overhauls self-service tills and Tesco’s ‘junk’ free status.
Retail news round-up on July 20, 2015: Ikea first to promise living wage, Morrisons staff jailed over data leak, Sainsbury’s boss vows store reinvention and food suppliers hit by price war.
The long awaited contactless payment service Apple Pay is expected to be switched on this summer in the UK.
EBay posted better than expected profits of $626m (£416m), as payments revenues counteracted the strengthening of the dollar.
Retailers are becoming targets for data thieves. We asked digital training firm Decoded’s head of product John Ridpath about the methods hackers use.
Hacking techniques are becoming increasingly sophisticated, so what steps can retailers take to protect their sensitive data?
How can online retailers keep cybercriminals at bay without making loyal shoppers jump through hoops to make a purchase?
Payment card data has long been a target for cyber criminals, but over the last 12 months we have seen major compromises in the US retail sector.