Equifax breach just another page in the sordid history of credit bureaus

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Equifax breach just another page in the sordid history of credit bureaus
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For now, the breach is generating more questions than answers, as government officials and IT professionals wonder whose data has been compromised, how hackers penetrated the company's network, why Equifax waited a month to go public, and why three top Equifax executives sold $1.8 million in company stock immediately after the breach was discovered.

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