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  2. Loan - Wikipedia

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    Credit card companies in some countries have been accused by consumer organizations of lending at usurious interest rates and making money out of frivolous "extra charges". [10] Abuses can also take place in the form of the customer defrauding the lender by borrowing without intending to repay the loan.

  3. Apple is still bigger than all these companies combined [Video]

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    (Visa, Mastercard , Paypal and other payment companies may be transferring to the financial sector this year.) Communication Services is the second biggest at $3.8 trillion.

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  6. Retailers confront 'perfect storm' as thefts skyrocket ...

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    Retail theft is soaring across the U.S., with large chains like Best Buy and Walgreens beset by increasingly brazen and widespread instances of shoplifting that's hurting their bottom lines.In ...

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    Portable generators, which emit carbon monoxide, are among the deadliest consumer products. Two decades after the government identified the danger, people are left vulnerable by a system that lets ...

  9. Computer security - Wikipedia

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    Target and Home Depot breaches. In 2013 and 2014, a Ukrainian hacker known as Rescator broke into Target Corporation computers in 2013, stealing roughly 40 million credit cards, and then Home Depot computers in 2014, stealing between 53 and 56 million credit card numbers.