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  2. Credit card fraud - Wikipedia

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    Credit card fraud is an ... or even to hold the card and refuse to return it to the customer. How to detect credit card fraud ... The Home Depot confirmed that their ...

  3. AllClear ID - Wikipedia

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    August 2014: AllClear ID Plus offered to victims of the Home Depot Credit Card breach of 2014. February 2015: AllClear ID Secure and Pro offered to victims of the Anthem Inc. data breach of 2015. January 2018: AllClear ID offered to victims of the Guaranteed Rate Data Security Breach of September 14, 2017.

  4. Finance - Wikipedia

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    Financial managers - i.e. as opposed to corporate financiers - focus more on the short term elements of profitability, cash flow, and "working capital management" (inventory, credit and debtors), ensuring that the firm can safely and profitably carry out its financial and operational objectives; i.e. that it: (1) can service both maturing short ...

  5. Staples Canada - Wikipedia

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    Staples Canada, Inc. (also known in Quebec as Bureau en Gros; formerly known as The Business Depot and later Staples Business Depot) is a Canadian office supply retail chain. It is owned by Sycamore Partners, The corporation is headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario. Staples is the largest office supply chain in Canada.

  6. List of cyberattacks - Wikipedia

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    Home Depot – in September 2014, the cybercriminals that compromised Home Depot's network and installed malware on the home-supply company's point-of-sale systems likely stole information on 56 million payment cards. StarDust – in 2013, the botnet compromised 20,000 cards in active campaign hitting US merchants.

  7. American Express - Wikipedia

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    In 1850, American Express was started as an express mail business in Buffalo, New York. It was founded as a joint-stock corporation by the merger of the express companies owned by Henry Wells (Wells & Company), William G. Fargo (Livingston, Fargo & Company), and John Warren Butterfield (Wells, Butterfield & Company, the successor earlier in 1850 of Butterfield, Wasson & Company).

  8. Drop shipping - Wikipedia

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    Drop shipping is a form of retail business wherein the seller accepts customer orders without keeping stock on hand. Instead, in a form of supply chain management, the seller transfers the orders and their shipment details to either the manufacturer, a wholesaler, another retailer, or a fulfillment house, which then ships the goods directly to the customer.

  9. Deposit account - Wikipedia

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    Transactions on deposit accounts are recorded in a bank's books, and the resulting balance is recorded as a liability of the bank and represents an amount owed by the bank to the customer. In other words, the banker-customer (depositor) relationship is one of debtor-creditor. Some banks charge fees for transactions on a customer's account.