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Equifax says 3 top execs 'had no knowledge' of a massive security breach when they sold nearly $2 million in shares after the hack was discovered

Business Insider Friday, 8 September 2017
Equifax says 3 top execs 'had no knowledge' of a massive security breach when they sold nearly $2 million in shares after the hack was discoveredEquifax said three top executives who sold nearly $2 million in company stock before a massive security breach was announced "had no knowledge" of the incident beforehand, according to an emailed statement from the credit-monitoring agency.

"The three executives who sold a small percentage of their Equifax shares on Tuesday,...
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Equifax said three top executives who sold nearly $2 million in company stock before a massive security breach was announced "had no knowledge" of the incident beforehand, according to an emailed statement from the credit-monitoring agency.

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