Dr. Ron Medzon, an emergency room physician at Boston Medical Center, recalls treating victims injured in the bombing.
The fallout continues for Target Corporation, whose 1,797 stores have suffered one of the largest-ever credit card breaches in the U.S.
A class-action lawsuit was filed last night by a California shopper — the first of what lawyers expect to be a torrent of similar suits.
In addition, Target is likely to be subject to fines by card issuers for non-compliance with payment card security standards. And then, there are the fraudulent charges to consumers, which banks may also try to recoup from the Minneapolis-based company.
Target shares closed down 2.2 percent last night on the New York Stock Exchange.
Retail consultant Howard Davidowitz joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson to discuss what the future holds for Target.