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Settlement on the Horizon in Massachusetts ZIP Code Litigation
A recent proposed settlement in Massachusetts may signal readiness on the part of retailers to end so-called "ZIP code" litigation.
Dallas Morning News
Denton-based Sally Beauty is latest retailer to say it's investigating possible data breach
Denton-based Sally Beauty Holdings said Wednesday that it recently detected an attempted intrusion into its Sally Beauty Supply network.
The Motley Fool
Mobile Payments and EMV Cards to Benefit VeriFone and NCR
Point-of-sale, or POS, equipment manufacturers VeriFone Systems ( The EMV standard The EMV standard is named after three companies: EuroPay, MasterCard, and Visa.
The Daily Republic
Aaron Brothers closes in Gateway center
The store was one of the original tenants of the center and its 10-year lease had expired, Fairfield Senior Economic Development Project Manager Karl Dumas said.
The Orlando Sentinel
Starboard hires Michaels executive as an adviser in Darden Restaurants fight
An activist investment firm targeting Darden Restaurants has hired an executive with the Michaels craft chain who also worked at Brinker International.
Ninth Circuit Clarifies CAFA Removal Requirements
In its recent per curiam opinion in Rea v. Michaels Stores, Inc. , the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit clarified rules and procedures relevant to defendants seeking to remove cases to federal court.
Tuesday Morning adds two former Michael executives to leadership team
Tuesday Morning CEO Michael Rouleau will be working with two more former Michaels Stores executives, who were appointed senior vice president of real estate and chief information officer.
SEC targets Sam Wyly in pursuit of admissions of wrongdoing
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has demanded an admission of wrongdoing from Texas investor Samuel Wyly, as part of an ongoing policy shift from allowing defendants to settle lawsuits without acknowledging the charges against them.