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JPMorgan Chase Cyberattack Big In Volume, But Not Sensitive Data, According To Bank

JPMorgan Chase, the largest banking institution in the U.S., revealed that 76 million household accounts and 7 million small business accounts were compromised in a recent cyberattack – an attack that was previously disclosed, but was much larger than first thought. Attackers obtained names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses, but not the really sensitive data like account numbers, passwords, …

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Chase Debit Card: Cash and Spending Limits Imposed

JPMorgan Chase will impose daily cash and spending limits on about 2 million debit cards due to possible fraud and data theft that occurred when customers used the cards recently at Target stores. According to a customer service notice on the Chase website, “Target reported that it experienced a data breach on debit and credit cards that its customers used …

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JPMorgan Chase Admits Fault, Agrees to Pay $920M

While monumental corporate cases tend to drag on for years, this particular case involving JPMorgan Chase & Co. won’t be one of them. The United States’ largest bank has been ordered to pay an astronomical fine in the staggering amount of $920M, and no judge or jury was needed to provide a legitimate verdict. JPMorgan not only agreed to pay …

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Ina Drew Set to Retire from JPMorgan Chase: Twitter Reacts

Ina Drew, Chief Investment Officer at JPMorgan Chase, is officially set to retire from her position, according to a press release issued by the company this morning. Her departure is no doubt a result of the $2 billion trading loss her CIO posted earlier this year. Drew, one of Wall Street’s highest ranking female executives, has worked at the firm …

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