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  2. JPMorgan Chase - Wikipedia

    JPMorgan Chase raised $10 billion in a stock sale to cover writedowns and losses after taking on deposits and branches of Washington Mutual. Through the acquisition, JPMorgan now owns the former accounts of Providian Financial, a credit card issuer WaMu acquired in 2005. The company announced plans to complete the rebranding of Washington ...

  3. List of cyberattacks - Wikipedia

    2014 JPMorgan Chase data breach, allegedly conducted by a group of Russian hackers; Goodwill Industries – in September 2014, the company suffered from a credit card data breach that affected the charitable retailer's stores in at least 21 states. Another two retailers were affected.

  4. Boy, 7, swims an hour to rescue his dad and little sister

    A 7-year-old boy is being credited for helping to save his father and 4-year-old sister by swimming to shore and calling for help after they got caught in a strong current during a holiday weekend ...

  5. Bank fraud - Wikipedia

    Credit card fraud is widespread as a means of stealing from banks, merchants and clients. Booster cheques. A booster cheque is a fraudulent or bad cheque used to make a payment to a credit card account in order to "bust out" or raise the amount of available credit on otherwise-legitimate credit cards.

  6. PayPal - Wikipedia

    A user account tied to a security key has a modified login process. Account-holders enter their login ID and password as normal but are then prompted to enter a six-digit code provided by a credit card sized hardware security key or a text message sent to the account holder's mobile phone.

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  8. Video shows California deputy kicking suspect in head [Video]

    VICTORVILLE, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California sheriff’s deputy is under criminal investigation after he was recorded on video kicking a pursuit suspect in the head while the man appeared to ...

  9. Gov. Kemp set to repeal Georgia's 1863 citizen's arrest law

    Gov. Brian Kemp plans to sign a repeal of Georgia's Civil War-era citizen’s arrest law on Monday, a year after the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man pursued by white men who said they ...