Cyberattacks on Retailers Not 'Coordinated,' FBI Says

The cyberattacks on Target Corp., Neiman Marcus and other retailers don't appear to be part of a "coordinated campaign" to "adversely affect the U.S. economy as a whole," according to an assessment by the Federal Bureau of Investigation prepared for retailers and cybersecurity experts. The two-page document, reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, suggests that the recent string of attacks on retailers may not be the work of the same hacker or hackers.