An employee scans items at a Home Depot home improvement store in Burbank, Calif. (File photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
Home Depot may be the latest retailer to suffer a major credit card data breach. The giant home improvement retailer said Tuesday that it was working with both banks and law enforcement to investigate "unusual activity" that would point to a hack. One cybersecurity expert said the breach "could be many times larger" than the one that hit Target late last year, when information related to 40 million credit and debit cards was stolen. [Full Story]
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