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Treasury Secretary Mnuchin calls Equifax breach ‘unfortunate’: CNBC

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Tuesday called a security breach at credit reporting agency Equifax “quite unfortunate” and insisted that his top priority is to make sure financial data is safe. “I can’t speak to the specifics,” he said at the CNBC...
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