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Class-Action Lawyers Hope Target Is a Bull's-Eye

The Wall Street Journal | January 3, 2014
By: Randy J. Maniloff

As day follows night, the retailer Target has been sued for a parade of horribles allegedly caused by the theft of certain personal information from the magnetic strips of its customers' credit and debit cards. The theft allegedly occurred between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 when customers' cards were swiped through the retailer's point-of-sale terminals.

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