Stolen credit-card data from retailer breaches running rampant on Apple Pay -
80% of unauthorized purchases are on Apple's own store
Apple Inc.'s new mobile-payment system has been hit by a wave of fraudulent
transactions using credit-card data stolen in recent breaches of big retailers,
including Home Depot Inc. and Target Corp., people familiar with the matter
said. About 80% of the unauthorized purchases have been for big-ticket items
bought with smartphones at Apple's own stores, one person with knowledge of the
situation said. Those Apple products have a higher resale value than most of
those available through other merchants that have signed on to the Apple Pay
system, such as Whole Foods Market Inc. and Panera Bread Co. The Apple Pay
system itself hasn't been penetrated by hackers. Rather, fraudsters are entering
stolen card data into phones, which can then be used to make purchases without a
physical card being present. The bogus purchases are a setback for Apple's
high-profile foray into electronic payments, even though banks are responsible
for verifying customer information before cards can be used with phones.
Apple hasn't provided data on the number of Apple Pay users but says that the
service accounted for two of every three dollars spent in the U.S. via mobile
payments on the three major credit-card networks. The fraud highlights
how compromised card data can be valuable to cybercriminals long after merchants
secure holes in their payment systems.
Who 'owns' an investigation into a security breach?
The last thing an organization needs when launching an investigation into any
kind of security breach are confusion and disorganization. If it is not clear
who is really in charge, or what responsibilities fall to what departments, that
is adding trouble to trouble. But that, according to the Security Executive
Council (SEC), an Atlanta-based research and advisory firm, is too often the
case. The SEC found that organizations, "may be responsible for up to 67
different types of investigations and up to 13 different business functions
could be engaged in these investigative activities." Those business functions
range from audit to business conduct and ethics, corporate security, compliance,
crisis management, environmental health and safety, governance, government
affairs, HR, information security, legal, privacy and risk management. An
effective investigation cannot be fragmented. It has to be unified, with a clear
leader, clear lines of responsibility and comprehensive lines of communication.
Former White House CIO partners with messaging expert to deliver cybersecurity
resources to retailers Calibration, LLC and Fortalice Solutions, LLC
form a partnership to help retailers tackle cybersecurity awareness for their
front-line employees. The costs for security events, like data breaches, are
reduced by 76 percent when employees are effectively trained. This partnership
combines Fortalice Solutions' un-matched cybersecurity expertise with
Calibration's proven formula of inspiring action within corporate cultures to
create a valuable awareness solution for retailers. "With the least expensive
security breach costing one retailer more than $750,000, retailers are in a
must-act position when it comes to securing their digital assets," said Theresa
Payton, chief advisor and chief executive officer of Fortalice Solutions, LLC. "We're
excited about this partnership because it helps retailers communicate with an
audience most vulnerable to cyber scams: their employees."
Could Costs Impede Obama's Cybersecurity Info-Sharing Plan?
Small and mid-size businesses might not be able to afford participating in
voluntary programs to share and receive cyberthreat information, as President
Obama has proposed, industry representatives told Congress at a March 4 hearing.
Smaller companies - generally those with fewer than 1,000 employees that cannot
afford to hire CISOs, buy tailored cybersecurity tools and furnish employees
with customized IT security training - also would lack the funds to participate
in new information-sharing efforts, Rand Corp. cybersecurity expert Martin
Libicki told the House Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection
and Security Technologies.
Former Sears CISO tells lessons learned from retailer's threat-detection big
data security system Wednesday at the 2015 SecureWorld conference,
Demetrios "Laz" Lazarikos, IT security researcher and strategist for Los
Angeles-based Blue Lava Consulting LLC, recounted his time working as the chief
information security officer for the online division of retail giant Sears Inc.,
where he implemented a threat-detection system using big data security
analytics. Lazarikos said Sears built a security data correlation and risk
engine and had all of its data routed into a single security big data system,
including behavior analytics, cyberthreat intelligence, geographic intelligence
and other alerts. Once fully implemented, Lazarikos said, the platform yielded
impressive results. Before implementing the big data system, it would take 10
people 12 hours to research each alert to determine what had actually happened,
but after the system was in place, that same process took two people just 10
minutes per alert. Lazarikos described a number of surprising findings from the
data, including the realization that if searches for women's shoes or clothing
were originating from more than three different source countries at the same
time, it was an indicator that a DDoS attack was in the works. Each of these
scenarios highlighted one of the biggest lessons learned from the new
platform, namely how much the information security team's activities overlapped
with those of the fraud team; each attack scenario might begin as a security
issue, but if successful, it would often cross over to become an incident for
the fraud group.
LPF forms the Institute for Professional Certification & Accreditation to set
academic standards The International Foundation for Protection
Officers (IFPO) and The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announce the formation
of the Institute for Professional Certification and Accreditation (IPCA). The
Institute will be charged with the design and implementation of a process
setting standards to accredit academic programs in the Applied Social Sciences
such as Asset Protection/Loss Prevention/Retail Security and uniformed security.
IPCA will also work to establish accreditation of professional certifications in
the above mentioned areas of specialization.
Specialty Stores Continue to Add Jobs
Specialty stores and discounters boosted payrolls in February, while department
stores shed jobs and the overall monthly unemployment rate declined slightly,
the U.S. Department of Labor's monthly employment report revealed Friday.
Apparel and accessories stores added 7,600 seasonally adjusted jobs to
employ 1.37 million in February, while general merchandise stores, a category
that includes discounters and department stores, added 800 jobs to employ
3.14 million. Department stores cut 2,900 jobs to employ 1.33 million. In
the overall economy, employers added 295,000 jobs as the unemployment rate fell
to 5.5 percent from 5.7 percent in January.
Historically cold February freezes retail sales - Down 10.4% from last year
This winter has not only frozen roads and roofs, but also had a chilling effect
on retail sales. According to the monthly Retail Performance Pulse from
RetailNext, there was a 10.4% year-over-year decrease in sales on a 12.5%
decline in traffic at brick-and-mortar stores for the retail month of February
(Feb. 1-28). The lowest sales, traffic, and number of transactions occurred
during the first week of the month, when winter weather impacted the Northeast
region in particular.
Bloomingdale's to open first off-price store in NYC this fall
Under Armour opening 30,000 sq. ft. store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile
Ashley Furniture maps out plan for global growth
Fresh Market to exit California - will open 19 stores in 2015
Justice Says Supreme Court Was Wrong on Internet Sales Tax
Quarterly Same Store Sales Results
Foot Locker Q4 up 10% - full year comp's up 8%
Fresh Market Q4 up 3% - full year comp's up 2.9%
Big Lots Q4 up 2.4% - full year comp's up 1.8%
Staples Q4 down 4%
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Professionals Converge on the Blues City
for FMI AP Conference 2015
By Amber Bradley Virgillo
Beginning Monday, March 8, the ducks won't be the only important inhabitants of
the Peabody Memphis. Loss Prevention, Asset Protection, Risk Management and
Safety professionals from all over the country will converge on the blues city
2015 Food Marketing Institute's (FMI) Asset Protection Conference.
The FMI AP conference has always delivered thought-provoking speakers and this
year is no different. Some highlights include:
|Kirby Ferguson is
a writer, director, producer and a TED Global speaker that will
discuss how to foster creativity by "remixing" other ideas.
will discuss her lessons learned throughout her career as the first
female F-14 Tomcat Fighter Pilot in the U.S. Navy.
|KT McFarland, Fox
News' National Security Analyst will lead an engaging discussion
about critical issues facing the U.S.
leads several sessions on the threats and trends of social
engineering and preparing your team to handle all of the technical,
operational, and strategic challenges associated with a data breach.
AP leaves no topic uncovered with experts discussing professional development,
crisis management, risk mitigation and safety strategies as well as data
analytics, compliance, workplace violence and data security.
The conference agenda has the perfect mix of professional speakers offering
fresh innovative perspectives and industry though-leaders providing best
practice suggestions across a broad spectrum of topics.... and with a little fun
thrown in, the FMI AP conference is sure to meet all expectations.
Stay tuned to the D&D Daily for exclusive video coverage from the conference
as well as LIVE tweets from the conference and solution showcase floor. Follow
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Joining us from
Protection 1, Rex Gillette, Vice President Retail Sales, and Jim
Shepherd, National Account Manager, LPQ, talk about the company's latest
accomplishments and the exciting things to come in the future. As a solution
provider that invests significantly in people and technology, Protection 1 takes
customer service seriously. Rex and Jim tell us about Protection 1's new Tech
Tracker notification service, the recently announced Field Services
Organization, and other initiatives aimed at strengthening their unwavering
commitment to their customers, the industry and the communities they serve.
LPNN Quick Take #7
Hedgie Bartol, Retail Business Development Manager - North America, Axis
Communications, chats with Amber and Joe in this LPNN Quick Take. Hedgie
talks about Axis' entry into the access-control market and the benefits for
retailers that pair IP video with network-controlled intelligent devices.
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Target Canada's $1.9-billion debt under court review - sale of 11 sites approved
The sale of 11 Target Canada properties was approved in Ontario Superior Court
on Thursday but the fate of the $1.9 billion payment the deal was supposed to
trigger remains unresolved. "We absolutely intend to challenge that $1.9 billion
payment and claim," said Lou Brzezinski, a lawyer at Blaney McMurtry LLP.
Brzezinski represents five suppliers owed approximately $10 million. Under terms
of an agreement between Target Canada and a related company called Target Canada
Property LLC (Target Propco), the early termination of leases was to trigger a
$1.9 billion payment from Target Canada to Target Propco.
Retailers reap rewards after Target's failed Canadian expansion
Major retailers that fortified their businesses to help fend off the Target
Canada invasion are now enjoying the fruits of their labour. Loblaw Cos. Ltd.
and Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. posted strong fourth-quarter results last week,
reflecting efforts to shore up their operations in recent years. A week earlier,
Wal-Mart Canada Corp. reported higher fourth-quarter sales, reaping the rewards
of initiatives such as rapidly expanding its grocery business. When Target Corp.
announced plans to expand to Canada four years ago, retailers here bulked up on
acquisitions and other strategic investments to help fight off the big U.S.
chain. Now, as Target prepares to leave Canada, unable to see a path to profit
before 2021, its rivals here are enjoying some record results. Retailers such as
Canadian Tire said Target ultimately didn't cut into their businesses much, and
the discount retailer's current going-out-of-business sales aren't having a big
effect either. Target "didn't have a material impact before" on Canadian Tire,
chief executive officer Michael Medline said Thursday, and "they are not going
to have a material impact coming out."
Montreal considers ban on plastic shopping bags
The city will hold a public consultation in May on whether to ban the thin
plastic bags used to pack purchases at groceries and other retail stores in
Montreal. Several cities in the United States have banned plastic store bags,
and California has become the first U.S. state to do so. Similarly, the European
Union has passed legislation that obliges member states to reduce the use of
thin plastic bags by 50 per cent by 2019 and by 80 per cent by 2025.
22 retailers looking to expand in Canada
Loblaw looking at a number of Target store
American footwear brand Rockport opening 5 new stores in Canada
Nordstrom takes cautious approach to Canada, launching only its 2nd store
Chapters Bookstore locations will be re-branded as
Retail Fast Facts: February 2015
● Total monthly retail sales changed by 4.6 per cent over the comparable month
● Total sales excluding food, automotive and gasoline changed by 5.4 per cent
over the comparable month last year.
March is Canadian Fraud Prevention Month - Avoid these common mistakes
RCMP bust sophisticated theft, fraud ring - a "counterfeit credit card factory"
Coquitlam RCMP has shut down what they believe to be a "sophisticated
counterfeit credit card factory." Today, police displayed hundreds of pieces of
stolen mail and identification including credit cards, passports and drivers'
licenses. Police allege the accused, 45-year-old Alvin Chand, was stealing mail
from across the Lower Mainland and selling it. Chand was already known to police
when he was charged and later pled guilty to a series of criminal charges
related to stealing or forging credit cards in 2013. He was sentenced to one
year in custody and one year of probation. Among the credit cards and mail
found, police also seized a loaded handgun, $10,000 cash, stolen property from
around the Lower Mainland, drugs, high-end specialty tools and a host of
weapons. Grimmer said they also found more than 700 pieces of stolen mail and
more than 300 pieces of ID. Some of the items were stolen from as far away as
Security guard could face charges for Toronto McDonald's shooting
As police investigate last weekend's shooting that left two men dead at a Danforth Avenue McDonald's, they must grapple with a key question: did the
off-duty security guard have a legitimate reason to believe his life was in
danger when he opened fire? "There's no doubt that he's a killer," criminal
lawyer David Butt says of the security guard who shot the men. "The question is
whether he's a murderer."
Suspects in alleged Valentine's Day Halifax mall shooting plot to appear in
Two young people accused of plotting to open fire on shoppers in a Halifax mall
are expected to return to court today. Twenty-three-year-old Lindsay Kanittha
Souvannarath of Geneva, Ill., and 20-year-old Randall Steven Shepherd of Halifax
were charged last month with conspiracy to commit murder. Police allege the pair
had planned to commit mass murder at the Halifax Shopping Centre on Valentine's
Police shut down Mic Mac Mall after threat, later release three suspects
Shot fired during robbery of King Edward Avenue
store, police say
Police and RCMP working to ensure West Edmonton Mall is a safe place
How will Samsung Pay compare to Apple Pay?
As you might have guessed, Samsung Pay will be able to be used at the same
stores that accept Apple Pay, but Galaxy users have a serious advantage. Since
Samsung acquired LoopPay, the phones also sport MST technology, which allows it
to be recognized by stores with magnetic credit card readers (you know, like
almost all of them) giving Samsung Pay a far wider reach than Apple. Samsung Pay
is as secure as Apple Pay. Cards are locked until your fingerprint opens them
up, and credit card information is stored and transmitted as encrypted tokens
that ensure your card data can't be hacked or breached. Samsung is also taking
Apple's approach to privacy-the company won't collect data on where users shop
or what they spend.
Merchants Push For Tokenization Over EMV
Instead of EMV, merchants want non-proprietary tokenization that can protect
both in-store and e-commerce transactions. EMV can't do that, Garner said,
adding that from a merchant's perspective, card brands like Visa and MasterCard
are the only ones who come out ahead in the EMV migration.
Half Of Smartphones Will Have M-Wallets Before
Wal-Mart Expects Customers to Adopt Mobile
of Ohio Brothers Arrested in $2.7 Million Money Laundering Scheme Two
brothers are locked up after being arrested Tuesday during a federal raid linked
to alleged money laundering. Mohamed Mobarak, 26, and Ahmad Mobarak, 22, are
accused of obtaining stolen credit card numbers and placing the unauthorized
information on legitimate gift cards to purchase electronics, cigarettes, and
real pre-paid gift cards. In federal court documents obtained by ABC 6/FOX 28,
prosecutor's claim more than 7,000 stolen credit card numbers are involved in
the conspiracy which has resulted in an intended loss of $2.7 million dollars.
The two men were among five people arrested Tuesday when U.S. Secret Service
agents and local police raided several convenience stores and seized 44
automatic teller machines in connection with a year-long investigation into
credit card and tax fraud and identity theft.
take more than $1M in watches from Charleston jewelry store More than
a million dollars in merchandise was stolen during an armed robbery Wednesday at
a downtown jewelry store, according to a police incident report. Authorities say
two male subjects, one armed with a hammer and the other with a gun, robbed the
Demetre Jewelers on Wednesday at 11:23 a.m. The pair left the store with an
estimated $1.05 million in merchandise, according to the incident report.
According to police, one of the suspects ordered an employee to the ground,
while the other broke the case and stole Rolex watches. The hammer was used to
smash a showcase, said CPD spokesman Charles Francis. Investigators describe
both of the suspects as black males in their 20s and wearing black masks. One
suspects is described as 6'2" and having a large build, while the other is
described as 5'8" with a thin build.
Operation: Operation "Not So Lucky" nabs 5 suspects in Polk County On
Thursday, March 05, 2015, Polk County Sheriff's Office undercover detectives
served three search warrants and arrested five suspects during an Organized
Retail Theft Investigation "Operation Not So Lucky." In the investigation,
deputies received tips about several businesses buying stolen goods. Deputies
approached 14 convenience store businesses in Polk County-9 in Lakeland, 2 in
Winter Haven, and 3 in the Lake Wales area-offering to supply stolen merchandise
for sale. Only three stores agreed to purchase stolen merchandise. In January
2015, officers with the Lake Wales Police Department contacted members of the
PCSO Organized Retail Theft unit advising them they had information about
businesses buying stolen merchandise for resale in their stores. A joint
investigation revealed several local stores were purchasing stolen goods then
reselling the merchandise in their establishments. Acting in an undercover
capacity, detectives confirmed the above listed suspects were engaging in
dealing in stolen property and/or selling counterfeit merchandise in businesses
located in Lake Wales and Lakeland. Deputies also received tips that "The Meat
Man" (Ceasar Pugh) was known to steal and re-sell stolen meat from local grocery
stores. He was also arrested after he bought meat from undercover deputies that
was represented as stolen.
Members of Female-Dominated Denver ID Theft Ring Busted
We've grown accustomed to criminal enterprises dominated by men. In the case of
an alleged identity theft ring, however, prosecutors say women were in charge -
and females represent six of the eight people named in an indictment featuring a
staggering 81 counts. That document, on view below, lists 35 ID theft victims
whose losses totaled nearly $50,000, with additional documentation for an
attempted theft of another $11,000. Also indicted were Ernest Daniels, Matrice
Ford, Shaqweila Phillips, Tony Phillips, Tashena Reid and Destinee Segura.
Hunter is said to have stolen identifying information from her sister, Lesha
Butler, to get a job at Emeritus at Highline, an assisted living facility. At
Emeritus, prosecutors say Hunter and company stole checks from at least one
at-risk adult's bedroom, as well as one of Hunter's co-workers. Afterward, the
assorted parties are accused of using stolen, forged or counterfeit checks to
steal money from credit unions, banks and grocery stores. Hunter and Tasha
Phillips were allegedly tasked with driving their recruits to the locations
where they passed the checks.
Man charged in 11 armed robberies in Bensalem, NE Philly
A 29-year-old Philadelphia man has been charged in connection with an armed
robbery spree in Bensalem and Northeast Philadelphia after he was seen casing a
Bensalem business, police said. He was apprehended around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
after undercover police officers saw him casing an unidentified business in the
township. Brennan had a black pellet gun on him at the time of his arrest, and
admitted to the 11 robberies, according to the press release.
Robbers Steal $25,000 worth of high-end Bikes From Denver Shop
Madison, WI Barnes & Noble store employee tails theft suspects to resale store
Man swipes 12 cases of baby formula in Georgetown, Ontario
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Philadelphia police officer shot dead in GameStop robbery
Philadelphia police are mourning the death of an officer who was shot in the
head and killed after he and his partner exchanged gunfire with two suspects who
were trying to rob a video game store. Police said the officer, Robert Wilson
III, fired back as he was being shot by suspects on either side of him. One
suspect was struck and taken to a hospital while the other was in custody.
Wilson was inside a GameStop, located in a north Philadelphia strip mall, when
the two suspects entered and announced a robbery, Ramsey said. The partner also
exchanged gunfire with the suspects, but was not shot. Both suspects have prior
records, Ramsey said.
Cashier shot in attempted robbery at Yakima convenience store
A cashier at a North Fifth Avenue convenience store was shot in the torso during
an attempted robbery Thursday night. Police are still looking for the suspected
shooter and a woman who was with him, police spokesman Mike Bastinelli said. The
cashier was outside the store painting when an armed man came up and forced him
back into the store, Bastinelli said. When the gunman demanded money, the
cashier fought back and was shot in the struggle, Bastinelli said. The suspect
and the woman, who were both wearing bandanas, ran away without taking any
money, Bastinelli said.
Woman Dies in Fall at Palisades Center Mall in West Nyack, NY
The Clarkstown Police Department is currently investigating an incident that
occurred yesterday at 3:47 pm at the Palisades Center Mall in West Nyack, New
York. The department received numerous 911 calls stating that a woman had
possibly jumped from the 4th floor to the 1st floor. At this time, the
Clarkstown Detective Bureau believes, based on the preliminary investigation,
that a woman in her 40's jumped to her death. She was transported to Nyack
Hospital shortly after the incident occurred where she was pronounced dead. Her
identification is not known at this time.
Man accused in Maryland shootings says voices told him to do it
35-year-old accused in a string of random shootings in the Baltimore-Washington
region told police he was "hearing voices" that told him to do it, court records
released Thursday show. Hong Young was arrested Tuesday night near Arundel Mills
mall, where a week earlier police said he shot a vehicle driven by a 61-year-old
man. Police said the Beltsville resident confessed to the shootings that
continued this week, including incidents Tuesday in which bullets hit the window
of a dump truck on the Intercounty Connector, injuring two people, and at a
building affiliated with the National Security Agency at Fort Meade. Police said
he fired shots Monday near a Wal-Mart in Laurel and the AMC Theatres at The Mall
burglars steal $50K in 90 seconds from Oak Brook, IL Neiman Marcus It
took a group of burglars less than two minutes to steal more than $50,000 worth
of merchandise Tuesday during a smash-and-grab burglary at a west suburban
Neiman Marcus store. Police responded at 4:22 a.m. to a burglary alarm at
Oakbrook Center mall and found broken glass at the Neiman Marcus store, Oak
Brook police said in a statement. The suspects used a maul - an ax-like tool -
to smash the glass, police said. They then dragged two blue garbage bins into
the store and filled them with purses and sunglasses worth about $50,000, police
Abilene, TX 7-Eleven says employee stole more than $8,000 from ATM
One business is accusing an employee of stealing more than $8,000 from an ATM.
According to reports, an Abilene 7/11 reported that they'd been receiving
letters that ATMs were being shorted money. Employees at the convenience store
took it upon themselves to investigate the matter. What did they come up with?
They told police an employee was actually shorting the ATMs of money of a year
time span - $8,901 to be exact.
Two women arrested for brazen Hatfield, PA shoplifting incident
After an investigation by Hatfield Township detectives, two women have been
arrested in connection with what police describe as a brazen shoplifting
incident at a Kohl's department store in January during which a store employee
was nearly run over by the alleged suspects' car as they made their getaway.
Police said that on the afternoon of Jan. 14, a Buick with two women, later
identified as Branch and Jernigan, as well as a man and two young children,
parked illegally in a handicapped space in front of the Kohl's and the five got
out, with Branch retrieving a large Kohl's bag from the trunk of the car before
they all went into the store. Inside, the two women loaded up a shopping cart
with various merchandise and then left the store with the two children, with the
man close behind pushing the cart out of the store without paying, police said.
Two store employees followed the group outside and confronted them, according to
police, at which point the man abandoned the cart full of items and Jernigan,
who got into the driver's seat, shouted "Get in the car! Get in the car!" as
everyone piled in. As Jernigan backed out of the handicapped spot, she nearly
hit one of the Kohl's employees who had gotten behind the Buick in an attempt to
stop it, and then sped off, police said. Recovered from the shopping cart was
more than $325 worth of merchandise.
Portage, IN Shoplifting suspect charged with battery after scuffle
A Liberty Township man caught allegedly shoplifting faces additional charges
after he pushed a store employee in an effort to escape. Police were called to
Menards just after 7 p.m. Thursday. Store security had Heavner and a woman
detained on the suspicion he had stolen a knife. While in the loss prevention
office, Heavner allegedly told a store employee he was not going to be kept
there and shoved the employee about 40 feet in an attempt to leave the room.
Bryan, TX woman accused of stealing from Wal-Mart, punching loss prevention
officer Bryan police responded to a call about a theft in progress
Wednesday evening and arrested Angela Marie Dawson, charging her with robbery
and criminal trespass. She was seen in surveillance video shoving a loss
prevention officer and punching her in the face while trying to leave the store
without paying for $80 worth of soap and baby clothes, including boots, socks
and pajamas, according to an arrest report.
shoplifter's scheme backfires as she wheels out Kmart jewelry display case,
meets police Records at the Kingsport Police Department state the
incident occurred at approximately 11:20 Thursday morning. A loss prevention
officer at the East Stone Drive store allegedly observed a female with wire
cutters in the jewelry section. The suspect, later identified as Quashanda J.
Wolfe, 34, reportedly cut a security cable that was attached to a counter top
display case. A police report says it contained 37 separate pairs of earrings,
valued at $249.99 a piece. Wolfe then loaded the approximately three feet tall
glass container into her buggy, according to loss prevention, and proceeded to
wheel it out the front doors. She was abruptly stopped in the breezeway and
escorted to an office, with police called to respond to the scene.
Woman Steals Over $700 Worth from Willowbrook, NJ Lord and Taylor, Lies About
Identity Police say a woman stole over $700 from Willowbrook Mall's
Lord and Taylor and lied about her identity. Wayne Police responded to the
department store while Lord and Taylor's loss prevention team was detaining the
female, identified as Carol Dasilva, for allegedly shoplifting $741.19 in
merchandise, Captain Laurence Martin said. The woman was arrested and taken to
police headquarters, where she admitted her real name Dawn Dasilva Vieceli.
Columbus, GA doughnut shop open for business after Friday fire
The fire happened at the Golden Donut, and firefighters were called to the scene
around 4 a.m. Battalion Chief Terry Herring says three employees were inside the
store at the time making doughnuts when a fire broke out in the kitchen and got
into a vent hood. The grease in the hood caught fire and spread to the roof.
Employees sprang into action and put the fire out inside while firefighters were
Teen charged in Feb. 13 shooting at Magnolia Mall in Florence, SC
Gadsden police warn of 'distraction theft' at
Man caught on camera in Ballard, WA smash and grab
Man gets 50 years in prison on 4 store robberies in Reno-Sparks
Police trying to land thief who shoved fishing reels down his pants at
Florida Man accused of biting Home Depot worker -
for 1 minute
- Harris County, TX - Robbery
Cash Express - Memphis, TN - Robbery
● CVS - Columbus, OH - Armed Robbery
● Demetre Jewelers - Charleston, SC - Armed Robbery - $1M in merchandise taken
General - Memphis, TN - Robbery - Same suspect robbed store twice
- Wichita, KS - Burglary - 2 Brothers arrested
Convenience Store - Barrie, Canada - Robbery
- Killeen, TX - Armed Robbery
● Minute Mart - Woburn, MA - Armed Robbery
Marcus - Oakbrook, IL - Burglary
● Rite Aid - Ellijay, GA - Armed Robbery
● Sally's Beauty Supply - Columbus, OH - Armed Robbery
- Richmond, VA - Robbery - Suspect on the loose
- Colorado Springs, CO - Robbery
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6 Necessities for Achieving Your Full Potential as a Leader There's so
much that determines your success. Hard work, pushing through the challenges,
and a solid dedication are just a few, but there are some lessons that you just
need to learn once you're immersed into the leadership role. Here are a few.
Listen, then react
The Characteristics of a True Leader
Every one of us is a leader in some way, whether we lead a company, our
families, or ourselves, we are all leaders in some sense. No matter what our
size of influence may be, being a leader means always improving so that our
influence can grow. Here are a few characteristics of true leaders one should
try and emulate.
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5 Ways to Transform Yourself into a Leader Not everyone was born with
the leadership bone, but luckily it's a trait that can be developed over time
and with the right guidance. Here are just a few of the ways you can step up
your game and elevate yourself from a manager to a great leader.
Leave your ego
Great Leaders 'Act Before They Think'
We're always given the advice to think before you act, but this professor
believes that the opposite is true and can lend a hand to a leaders' credibility
and authenticity. The way to produce the change of mindset required to become a
great leader is to act differently rather than just think about it.
Act first, think later
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