New Hampshire Business Newsreel
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Secret Service said on Tuesday it was checking for links between the recent hacking of consumer data from Target Corp. and the weekend arrest of two Mexicans who tried to enter the United States at a Texas border crossing with a cache of fraudulent credit cards.
Target has said a breach of its networks during the busy holiday shopping period resulted in the theft of about 40 million credit and debit card records and 70 million other records with customer information such as addresses and telephone numbers.
MANCHESTER — The recently shuttered Ruby Tuesdays in the Mall of New Hampshire will become home in June for Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, a Colorado-based restaurant chain, according to the mall's owner.
• French Fry Heaven, which offers potato fries and sweet potato fries with numerous toppings and spices, is scheduled to open this spring in the food court.
• Sleep Number by Select Comfort will move to a larger, remodeled space and will be open in a temporary spot near the food court during renovations.
During the course of the first year of the three-year statewide initiative funded through the National Mortgage Servicing Settlement, HomeHelpNH counselors assisted more than 800 households and provided approximately 5,600 hours of free foreclosure guidance to at-risk households.
For assistance, homeowners may dial 2-1-1 toll-free to receive referrals to a counselor in their area or, for those who qualify, to free or low-cost legal services. Homeowners can also go to www.HomeHelpNH.org.
Fiat has completed its buyout of Chrysler, making the U.S. business a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Italian carmaker as it gears up to use their combined resources to turn around its loss-making operations in Europe.
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