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The House Financial Services Committee will hold a hearing on the Equifax breach that potentially affects 143 million Americans.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said he has launched an investigation into credit reporting firm Equifax's massive data breach.
US giants field expensive dramas against established local networks in online battle.
“Necker and the whole area have been completely and utterly devastated,” says the founder of the Virgin Group.
After news broke of a massive data breach, Equifax was hit with a class-action lawsuit, USA Today reports.
Waters' call comes a day after Equifax disclosed a breach in which private data on as many as 143 million Americans were exposed.
Three Equifax executives sold company shares valued at $2 million days after a data breach was discovered, according to SEC filings.
A sensor embedded in the tire will monitor metrics such as pressure and temperature.
As Apple prepares to bring augmented reality to hundreds of millions of devices, app developers are testing a new kind of playable ad.
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There are more reasons than ever to understand how to protect your personal information. Major website breaches seem ever more frequent.
The FBI is investigating Uber to determine whether or not its "Hell" program illegally targeted rival Lyft.
Kristina Simmons and Kanu Gulati have joined the Khosla Ventures investment team.
Equifax said on Thursday that it suffered a major cybersecurity incident that might affect 143 million consumers in the United States.
The case of Brushes4Less, an Amazon seller punished because of a complaint from a fake law firm, could undermine trust in the marketplace.
The social platform wants to be a hub for all celebrities to post more details about their lives with die-hard fans.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) can now accurately identify a person's sexual orientation by analyzing photos of their face, according to new research.
The Toyota ties run deep for Takeshi Uchiyamada — and his love for cars goes back even further.
Zhang Xin, Michael Dubin, Sebastian Thrun and Bill McDermott all did shocking things before they made it as CEOs.
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