Former staffers allege management's aversion to spending money on state-of-the-art security could have been a factor in the recent breach.
The consumer data theft at retailer Target cost banks a few hundred dollars per debit and credit card, says the American Bankers Association.
The social media giant plans to tap the bond markets with a convertible debt offering, just two months after former banker Anthony Noto became CFO.
No longer reticent to hire permanent staff, organizations are keeping more of their IT operations in-house.
By beefing up security on mobile wallet transactions, Apple wins fee discounts from credit card issuers.
The bankrupt city's CFO and CIO testify that Detroit's information systems infrastructure is "fundamentally broken."
As the Chinese e-commerce giant embarks on its roadshow, speculation begins over what it will do with the $21 billion in capital it could raise.
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The change comes as CEO Jeff Bezos fields accusations that he's too focused on areas outside the company's core online retail business.