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Still reeling from its 2013 end-of-year data breaches, Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) is busy reassuring shareholders, investors and even congress that it has everything under control but what about the customers including those affected by the data breaches? Besides months away, “better” anti-fraud technology and credit monitoring services, has Target replaced any of its policies that got it into this mess in the first place?

Here are three ways Target can make a bad situation better.

Target, your local DMV?

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The Peterson Companies announced several new retailers that are coming to the D.C. areas largest private mixed-use development. Over the next several months the $4 billion National Harbor project along the Potomac River will add five new stores. But the allure of National Harbor is enough pull some retailers across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and open up shop.

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The arrival of 2012 has brought with it many questions, with varied answers ranging from reasonable to improbable to outright bizarre. When it comes to fashion, what can we expect to change and will anything remain the same?

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The buzz surrounding 901 Restaurant & Bar has been true to form:  a good location, good food, and most of all, good business sense have made David von Storch's latest venture a hot destination in Penn Quarter after only four months. Since its grand opening on June 9th, the restaurant has managed to draw in a unique crowd of its own. Evenings and weekends are filled with a mixed group of professionals, convention goers, and locals who like living in D.C.

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A long-anticipated grocery store will open at the Rockville Town Square in spring 2012.

After several attempts to lure such an anchor to the mixed-use development, Rockville-based Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE: FRT) announced yesterday that Ellwood Thompson's has finalized its lease for a grocery store with organic offerings.