Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Since 2003, the bookstore has closed an average of 15 stores annually.
Barnes & Noble Inc. plans to close 30 percent of its stores, or about 20 stores a year, over the next decade, a top executive with the bookstore told the Wall Street Journal. Mitchell Klipper, chief executive of Barnes & Noble’s retail group, did not provide a list of retail stores that would be closed so there’s no word yet on the future of the Barnes & Noble in Deerfield Square. The company is by far the nation’s largest book retailer chain, since the closing of Borders in 2011, and currently has 689 retail stores and 674 college stores, Huffington Post reported. Last October, the Deerfield Square Barnes & Noble store was among 63 stores around the country where credit card data stored on PIN pads was hacked, according to the company. …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
One of the customers of Deerfield store takes action against bookseller for not properly securing her personal information.
A Deerfield woman sued Barnes & Noble for invasion of privacy claiming her credit card information was stolen when shopped at the booksellers’ Deerfield store in August and September, according to a complaint filed Monday in federal court in Chicago. Susan Winstead filed the complaint for herself and “on behalf of others similarly situated” attempting to create a class action lawsuit against Barnes & Noble arising from compromised pin pads in 63 of the company’s stores throughout the United States, according to the complaint. Earlier: Deerfield Barnes & Noble Card Readers Were Hacked “The area of personal data protection is an area of rising public concern and something that needs to be of the utmost importance to the retail and merchant …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Hackers stole credit card date from 63 stores around the country by hacking into PIN pads. The Barnes & Noble in Deerfield Square was among the stores with breached data.
The Deerfield Square Barnes & Noble store was among 63 stores around the country where credit card data stored on PIN pads was hacked, according to the company. Barnes & Noble released a list of stores where data was breached on Tuesday; other stores in Illinois include two in Chicago, one in Crystal Lake, on in Deer Park, one in EVanston and one in West Dundee. The company inspected every PIN pad in the nearly 700 stores nationwide and has discontinued use of all its PIN pads on Sept. 14, according to a press release from the bookseller. Barnes & Noble described the hacking as “a sophisticated criminal effort to steal credit card information, debit card information, and debit card PIN numbers from customers who swiped their cards through…
Monday, March 5, 2012
Vote this week on which place in Deerfield is most family friendly. Patch will disclose the winner Friday.
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Monday, March 5, 2012
What makes a place family friendly? Is it how a business or public entity caters to children? Is it about making an experience a pleasure for an entire family? The answer to this question will come from Patch’s readers as each of you have an opportunity to vote for your favorite family friendly place in Deerfield in the latest Best of Deerfield Patch poll. Feel free to let us know why you think your choice is the right one. Barnes and Noble book store has something for everyone. There are books for children and adults on many subjects. If you want to sit and read while there are plenty of chairs around. You can read to the kids. Brunswick Zone has bowling activities for all ages. Whether it is a family occasion or a league, there is fun to…
Friday, December 30, 2011
Residents can eat out and shop at some stores.
Deerfield residents will have the option of grocery shopping on New Year’s Day or eating out at some local restaurants but other shopping opportunities are limited. Rosebud on Waukegan Road will be open from 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday while Biaggi’s will serve patrons from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. for those who wish to dine out according to Victoria Street at the Deerfield Chamber of Commerce. For anyone who wants New Year’s brunch, Egg Shell Café on Lake Cook Road and Rhapsody Cafe in downtown Deerfield will also be open. Egg Shell Cafe will serve from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rhapsody Cafe will operate from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Grocery stores in the area including Whole Foods, Jewel, Dominick’s and Sunset Foods in both Highland Park and Lake Forest will …
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Toys R Us in Highland Park launches holiday shopping at 9 p.m. Thanksgiving Day while Deerfield and Northbrook Court stores open the doors at midnight.
Black Friday officially begins at midnight in Deerfield and Northbrook, when some stores open their doors, but the official start is at 9 p.m. in Highland Park for those who want to go directly from turkey to shopping. Toys R Us opens its doors in Highland Park at 9 p.m., giving local shoppers a head start on places like Best Buy in Deerfield and Target in Highland Park, which open at midnight. Macy’s, along with Abercrombie & Fitch in Northbrook Court, open at midnight as well, according to mall Marketing Manager Stacy Kolios. Shoppers at Macy’s, Abercrombie & Fitch and Abercrombie Kids will have four hours to finish their shopping before Victoria’s Secret lets customers in at 4 a.m. An hour later, Lord & Taylor begins its Black Friday, …