There's no way around it: The news from credit reporting company Equifax that 143 million Americans had their information exposed is extremely serious.
There's no way around it: The news from credit reporting company Equifax that 143 million Americans had their information exposed is very serious.
Investors were bailing out on Equifax a day after the credit monitoring company said a data breach exposed the Social Security numbers and other personal data of 143 million Americans.
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