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Equifax, one of the largest credit bureaus in the United States, has agreed to pay up to $700 million for its 2017 data breach which affected nearly 150 million customers.

The FTC announced details of the settlement on Monday. It would be the largest ever paid by a company for a data breach, once it gets court approval. 

According to Equifax, the company will put up to $425 million towards a consumer restitution fund in order to “pay for three-bureau credit monitoring for consumers whose information was impacted in the 2017 breach, actual out-of-pocket losses related to the breach, and other consumer benefits such as identity restoration services.” Read more...

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Staffers blast Facebook’s ‘black people problem’ in open letter
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How New Balance sneakers are made
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An Instagram influencer kisses strangers in front of iconic landmarks to create romantic travel photos
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Bolivia battles to restore stability as fallen Morales reaches Mexico
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U.S. Supreme Court divided on Mexican cross-border shooting dispute
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The US Navy canceled a routine Black Sea patrol after Trump complained that it was hostile to Russia
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Aoun says Lebanese government must include politicians, urges protesters to go home
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Gen Z voters in Iowa size up the 2020 presidential candidates
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Trump says daughter Ivanka has created "created 14 million jobs"
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These sulfate-free hair-care products define and hydrate my curls so well that even my second-day hair looks great
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Lexus just revealed the pricing for its first-ever luxury yacht — and a fully-loaded model will cost $4.85 million. Here's a closer look at LY 650.
Lexus Lexus unveiled the LY 650, the automaker's first-ever luxury yacht, in Boca Raton, Florida, on September 19. The new Lexus yacht was also shown at the 2019 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, which started on October 30, the same day LY 650 sales officially began. It has a starting price of $3.74 million.  So far, at least four of the yachts have already been sold.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Lexus is known for its high-end cars. But now, the luxury automaker is taking its first foray into the business of yachts. The company held the world premiere of its flagship luxury yacht, the 65-foot Lexus LY 650, in Boca Raton, Florida, in September. The sleek watercraft is based on a concept first shown in January 2017, according to the company's press release. While renderings of the yacht's design were made available last year, the Boca Raton debut marked the first time a finished model has been made public. It also appeared at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which kicked off on October 30 (the same day sales launched for the LY 650). In a press statement, Marquis Yachts (which builds the LY 650 line of yachts) announced that the yacht will have a starting cost of $3.74 million, with a fully-optioned model offered for $4.85 million. So far, four units have already been sold. Here's a closer look at the LY 650.Lexus' first luxury yacht was designed in collaboration with Italian yacht design studio Nuvolari Lenard. Lexus Source: Lexus The 65-foot yacht has metallic accents and sleek, sporty lines. It was shown in its optional two-tone color scheme for its Boca Raton debut. Lexus Source: Lexus The interior has the brand's distinctive leather seating in white for the two captain seats and the sofas. Lexus Source: Lexus See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:15 people who became billionaires in 2019 — and 14 who lost their status in the three-comma clubA $20 million 3-deck superyacht made in Dubai won best in show at the world's biggest in-water boat event. Here's a look inside.Meet Zhang Yiming, the secretive, 35-year-old Chinese billionaire behind TikTok who made over $12 billion in 2018SEE ALSO: 11 of the most expensive yachts in the world DON'T MISS: I spent 3 years writing about yachts, and owning one takes even more money than you think
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Japan's Asteroid Probe Is Finally Returning to Earth With Its Precious Cargo
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Trump appeals court nominee in peril amid opposition from Cruz and Hawley
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Trump signals flexibility on plans to ban flavored vaping products
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No tariff adjustments until deal made, Kudlow says: CNBC
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How to search for terms or values in an Excel spreadsheet, and use Find and Replace
Shutterstock You can search in Excel to quickly find terms or numbers in your spreadsheet.  It's easy to search in Excel by typing into the Search Sheet bar at the top of the screen, or by using a keyboard shortcut.  You can also search for terms or numbers and easily replace them with another value by using Find and Replace.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Excel spreadsheets are a daunting affair for many.  And indeed, when you are confronting dozens of rows and columns comprising hundreds if not thousands of cells filled with all sorts of data, it's only logical to be a bit unnerved. How are you going to find that one term or figure among all that clutter?See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:How to sum values in Microsoft Excel in 2 different ways, to add multiple numbers or cells togetherHow to divide numbers and cells in Microsoft Excel to make calculations and analyze dataHow to multiply cells and numbers in Microsoft Excel using 3 different methodsSEE ALSO: The best Macbooks you can buy
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Nearly a quarter of women out-earn their partner, but they still face many of the same workplace hurdles as their mothers
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Google: You can trust us with the medical data you didn’t know we already had
Google has 50M people's medical records but won't merge them with other Google data.
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Jane Seymour, 68, says ‘not every designer will dress someone my age’
While the former Bond girl used to regularly step out in designer dresses from the likes of Versace, Escada and Nolan Miller, she revealed that borrowing red carpet looks has gotten tougher over time.
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Charlize Theron says Oprah’s Instagram feed is just like Xanax
"Have you seen her holding vegetables that she grows in her garden? It’s like Xanax."
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Dog tries to eat $250,000 Porsche
The Google Translation of this Instagram post: "And you wake up in the morning to discover that Firulais entertains himself by biting your $250,000.00 Porsche in this house." View this post on Instagram Y te levantas en la mañana a descubrir que Firulais se entretiene mordiendo tu Porsche de $250,000.00 en esta casa hoy se come perro caliente
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Popeyes' chicken sandwich has been linked to a deadly stabbing and reports of assault and physical violence. Here are the harrowing incidents related to the coveted menu item.
Irene Jiang / Business Insider Popeyes officially relaunched its wildly popular chicken sandwich on November 3 after selling out of the menu item in August. The second iteration of the sandwich has been linked to various reports of violence, many stemming from agitated customers who want to get their hands on the coveted menu item. Police confirmed that a deadly shooting in Oxon Hill, Maryland, on November 4 was linked to the return of the chicken sandwich. "There is no reason for someone to lose their life on a Monday night in a parking lot," Popeyes said in a statement. "Our thoughts are with the victim's family and friends and we are fully cooperating with local authorities." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Popeyes chicken sandwich is back, and the second iteration of the famed menu has been as wild — if not more — than its first go-around. Foot traffic to stores surpassed the peak traffic during the original launch of the sandwich, according to foot-traffic tracker Placer.ai. Since the sandwich relaunched on November 3, there have been various reports of customers resorting to extreme measures to get one of the sandwiches. "It is as crazy as last time if not more," said a shift leader in a Texas Popeyes who worked through the first iteration of the Chicken Sandwich Wars. He said his location sold over 2,000 sandwiches the first night of the relaunch. Popeyes said that some locations experienced drive-thru lines down the street and in-store lines that went out the front door. But in some cases, the hype has become dangerous. A Popeyes employee was arrested on Friday after a viral video showed an employee body-slamming a woman outside a Tennessee restaurant, Fox reported. A deadly shooting in Oxon Hill, Maryland the day after the sandwich's relaunch was linked to to the return of the menu item, police confirmed. One man fatally stabbed the other while waiting in line for a Popeyes chicken sandwich after an argument. Jennifer Donelan, a spokeswoman for the Prince George's County Police Department, said that the disagreement was apparently sparked when one person cut in front of the other in line. From a fatal stabbing to a report of a brawl between an employee and a customer, here are all the incidents connected to the Popeyes chicken sandwich so far.An altercation between two men in line at a Popeyes in Oxon Hill, Maryland, on November 4 ended in a fatal stabbing. Police confirmed that the incident was related to the the release of the sandwich at the restaurant. Eric Gay/AP Source: Business Insider "For you to get that angry over anything, for that type of anger to develop into this type of violence, is a very sad and tragic day," said Jennifer Donelan, a spokeswoman for the Prince George's County Police Department. Irene Jiang / Business Insider Source: Business Insider Another Maryland Popeyes was reportedly the site of a brawl. A spokesperson confirmed to The Baltimore Sun that there was an altercation between an employee and a customer that demanded a refund. Irene Jiang / Business Insider Source: The Baltimore Sun See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:I ate chicken nuggets from 6 fast-food chains, and the best were also the cheapestPrivate jets, parties with Khloe Kardashian, and $1 million weddings: Inside the lavish lives of a billionaire fast-fashion dynastyThe Popeyes chicken sandwich might be even more popular the second time around as restaurants report long lines and soaring salesSEE ALSO: 'I was working like a slave': Exhausted Popeyes employees describe a harrowing situation amid chicken-sandwich chaos, including working 60-hour weeks and shifts with no breaks
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