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Equifax is tumbling after a top Senator asks for an FTC probe into the company (EFX)

Business Insider Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Equifax is tumbling after a top Senator asks for an FTC probe into the company (EFX)Equifax shares are tumbling after Senator Mark Warner (D-Va) asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the recent hack that impacted more than 143 million Americans, as well as the company's cybersecurity practices.

Shares of the credit company are down 7.53% on Wednesday after news of Senator Warner's request...
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News video: Democratic Senator Wants Investigation for Equifax Hack

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On Wednesday, Virginia Democratic Senator Mark Warner called for an investigation into the recent cyber hack of Equifax, the credit reporting agency. According to reports, Warner requested an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission into the firm's cybersecurity practices, as well as the...

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