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Buffalo Business Report - Monday, December 30th 2013



More concerns for Target shoppers: the discount chain reports that PINs from debit-cards are among the bits of information that were stolen from millions of customers who shopped in its stores earlier this month. The ID numbers are the ones customers type into keypads to make secure transactions. Target claims those numbers are encrypted throughout the transaction, reducing the risk to customers. This second largest theft of card accounts in U.S. history has potentially affected 40 million card holders.

 

A 4-story property at 112 Genesee Street is being eyed for apartments and possibly a restaurant. Buffalo Parking Division Director Kevin Helfer and Paul Lamparelli are collaborating on the proposed re-use of a long vacant building across from the Genesee Gateway project.

 

Cheektowaga-based Harper International is intent on aggressively marketing its new Microline carbon fiber research system. Business First reports that at the same time, the company is finishing its move from Lancaster to its larger home base.


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