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Michaels Arts & Crafts Stores, which recently sustained a security breach of its debit-card terminals, said Thursday it has replaced all checkout-line keypads in its Chicago-area stores, which were hardest hit by the breach.
"Michaels has replaced every PIN pad in our Chicago-area stores with the most current, tamperproof equipment available today, and is in the process of installing those devices in every store nationwide within the week," said Doug Marker, vice president of loss prevention and safety for Michaels Stores. "Chicago area customers can feel confident shopping in Michaels stores." Read More [Chicago Breaking Business]