Many Target Corp. customers are ready to move past the massive data breach.
About 85% of the retail chain's shoppers do not plan to change their spending habits at Target in the next year even after a breach exposed up to 40 million payment card numbers, according to a Bloomberg National Poll. Only 7% plan to reduce their spending.
That's good news for Target, which has been reeling from the intrusion that struck over the holiday season and sent revenue down 5% down in the crucial fourth quarter.
Aside from the payment card data, hackers also stole personal information such as phone numbers from up to 70 million shoppers. Earlier this month, John Mulligan, the...