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Staples Investigates Reports of Possible Credit Card Data Breach The world's biggest office-supply retailer is investigating reports of a possible data breach of Staples customers' credit cards after banks detected a pattern of unusual charges concentrating on a group of … Continue reading →
Staples may be the latest victim of a debit and credit card breach. The office supply chain announced late yesterday that it is investigating a potential data breach at several locations. According to security expert Brian Krebs, several banks identified … Continue reading →
Wallaby's credit card rewards optimization program has now made its way to Google Chrome. The company has developed an extension that tells consumers which credit card to use when shopping online so the rewards are maximized. The extension works by … Continue reading →
Websites Vary Prices, Deals Based on User Information A Wall Street Journal investigation found that the Staples website displays different prices to people after estimating their locations and appeared to consider the person's distance from a rival brick-and-mortar store, such … Continue reading →