CBS News: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only for first time in its history

CBS News: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only for first time in its history. “There are few things as synonymous with Turkey Day as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. But this year, the beloved New York City event will be television-only for the first time in its 94-year history, Macy’s announced on Monday.”

CNN: The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will go on this year — but with many changes

CNN: The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will go on this year — but with many changes. “The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade will take place this fall, but it won’t exactly look like it did in years past, according to a statement from the fashion retailer. ‘We are currently working with our partners in the City of New York to re-imagine the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in a similar fashion to how we successfully and safely produced this year’s Macy’s Fireworks,’ Orlando Veras, Macy’s Inc. director of national media relations told CNN.”

NBC News: Macy’s to slash 3,900 jobs as coronavirus continues to hammer sales

NBC News: Macy’s to slash 3,900 jobs as coronavirus continues to hammer sales. “Macy’s announced Thursday it is laying off 3,900 corporate jobs, or 3 percent of its total workforce, in a move to cut costs as its business has been hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. The department store chain said it expects to save about $365 million through the layoffs in fiscal 2020. It said it will save roughly $630 million on an annualized basis.”

Bleeping Computer: Macy’s Customer Payment Info Stolen in Magecart Data Breach

Bleeping Computer: Macy’s Customer Payment Info Stolen in Magecart Data Breach . “Macy’s has announced that they have suffered a data breach due to their web site being hacked with malicious scripts that steal customer’s payment information. This type of compromise is called MageCart attack and consists of hackers compromising a web site so that they can inject malicious JavaScript scripts into various sections of the web site. These scripts then steal payment information that is submitted by a customer.”