Because Doing 1 Thing Feels GREAT (Afterwards)

Though my local Target is a hell dimension of fluorescent lights, empty shelves, and dazed, tortured-looking employees, it’s where we get our diapers.

Target Raises Minimum Wage to $9 an Hour

It’s been just one month since Walmart announced that it was raising its minimum wage to $9 an hour. Now, Target is following suit with a new announcement that its stores will also offer a minimum wage of $9 an hour, and the wage will go into effect next month.

Amazon vs Target, and How “Transparent” Changes Things

I’m hooked. What do my ethics and I do now?

‘Here Is a Gift Card to Target’

She handed me a gift card to Target.

Teen Is Behind Target Data Breach

Slate’s Lily Hay Newman reports that the source of the latest data breaches of Target, Neiman Marcus, and other retailers is a 17-year-old Russian who created the software sold to “more than 60 Eastern European cybercriminals” that later used in the hacks.

Target Apologizes for Data Breach Again, Offers a Year of Credit Monitoring

Did anyone else receive this email from Target apologizing for the data breach and offering a year of free credit-monitoring? It looks like anyone can sign up for free monitoring service by going here. Enjoy, I guess?

More Retailers Were Victims of a Data Breach. Have You Looked at Your Accounts Lately?

On Dec. 19, Target was a victim of a data breach that initially affected a reported 40 million payment card numbers, but was later said to have affected 70 million customers. Neiman Marcus was also a victim of a cyber attack. And a new report by Reuters says that there are other retailers that were affected by smaller breaches, but those stores have remained unnamed.

Back-to-School Shopping Back When We Went to School

Logan: Mike, have you been in a shopping establishment lately? While I was home I went to a Target and wanted to buy every notebook and pencil in the place. I had like, an ache. For school supplies.

Stay Home Next Week

Stay home, eat plates of food and take naps.

Target’s 12-Minute Ad

Starting today, Target is testing to see how consumers will react “branded entertainment” by releasing a 12-minute film starring Kristen Bell, Nia Long and Zachary Abel, and directed by Phil Abraham, who has directed Mad Men, and worked on The Sopranos.