Target's Data Breach Deal Shows Strength Of Banks' Case

By Jonathan Randles (March 19, 2015, 6:39 PM EDT) -- Target Corp.'s $10 million settlement with consumers over the retailer's massive data breach suggests banks and credit unions that remain in the litigation with the company are in a stronger position to prove that the substantial costs they say they incurred replacing payment cards are directly linked to the intrusion, experts say. ...

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