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AirTalk for December 19, 2013

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Target card security

Target security breach compromises 40 million credit cards

Big-box retailer Target says that data from 40 million customers' credit and debit card accounts may have been breached by cyber criminals during the holiday shopping season.
What are the odds the reforms will take effect? Do they go far enough or too far?
Hollywood Park
Hollywood Park opened in 1938, catering to the rich, the beautiful and the famous. And this Sunday, this city landmark will close its doors after one last race.

Company’s response to irate customer on Facebook goes viral

The rule book for Business 101 has it that the customer is always right, but one Washington-based entrepreneur has found that standing up to an unreasonable, irate client can sometimes win you a lot of fans.
From hot cocktails for cold nights to leftover turkey made nice (with melted camembert and mostarda!), the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen has you covered.

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