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Equifax Inc. is a global data, analytics and technology company. The Company provides information solutions and human resources business process outsourcing services for businesses, governments and consumers. It operates in four segments: U.S. Information Solutions, International, Workforce Solutions and Global Consumer Solutions. Its products and services are based on databases of consumer and business information derived from various sources, including credit, telecommunications and utility payments, employment, demographic and marketing data. It uses statistical techniques and software tools to analyze all available data, creating customized insights, decision-making solutions and processing services for its clients. It helps consumers understand, manage and protect their personal information and make more informed financial decisions. It also provides commercial credit risk underwriting and management solutions to online and alternative lenders, and commercial finance companies.
1550 Peachtree St NW
Mark L. Feidler
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Mark W. Begor
Chief Executive Officer, Director
John W. Gamble
Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Vice President
Beverly J. Anderson
President of Global Consumer Solutions
Lisa M. Nelson
President of President of Equifax International
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For class action plaintiffs' lawyers, there’s a whole lot to like about the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' decision affirming approval of the $380.5 million Equifax data breach settlement.
Experian, the world's largest credit data firm, faces a potential impact on up to 40% of its revenue if the Biden administration overhauls credit reporting and scoring in the United States, brokerage RBC said on Thursday.
The judges of the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals who heard arguments on Tuesday by objectors to a $380.5 million settlement of data breach claims against the credit reporting firm Equifax Inc seemed troubled that the trial judge who approved the settlement may have adopted...
Experian intends to appeal the British data watchdog's order to fundamentally change its handling of people's personal data, after a probe found that it and two other comanies were using such information for direct marketing services without public knowledge.
Experian, the world's biggest credit check company, said on Tuesday it intends to appeal the British data watchdog's enforcement action against the company's handling of people's personal data within its direct marketing services.
The class action plaintiffs' lawyer Jay Edelson knew he was exposing himself to attack when he filed a proposed amicus brief earlier this month at the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, backing objectors who are challenging the approval of Equifax’s $380.5 million settlement...
Jay Edelson is a class action plaintiffs' lawyer who specializes in privacy cases. His eponymous firm has had a lead role in some of the biggest cases of the past few years, including a $650 million biometric privacy settlement with Facebook in 2020 and a 2019 jury verdict...
U.S. states hit hardest by COVID-19 had some of the biggest jumps in small business loan defaults since the onset of the pandemic, and some of the highest rates of default overall, according to data provided to Reuters on Friday by PayNet, a division of credit tracking company...
Canada's quarterly consumer debt fell for the first time in more than a decade as coronavirus-driven shutdowns crimped credit card spending in March, credit monitoring company Equifax said in a report on Tuesday.
Equifax has agreed to a proposed class action settlement with financial institutions over its 2017 data breach that affected roughly 147 million people in the U.S., lawyers representing the credit unions and banks said in a filing in Georgia federal court on Friday.
Loan payment freezes negotiated by companies with their banks during the pandemic should not damage their credit rating, credit reference agencies in Britain said on Wednesday.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Friday announced an $18.2 million settlement with consumer credit reporting company Equifax Inc over a 2017 data breach that affected 147 million people nationwide.
Equifax Inc will pay Indiana $19.5 million to resolve claims it failed to protect residents whose personal information was exposed in a data breach that affected 147 million people, the state's attorney general said on Monday.
* EQUIFAX INC SAYS CEO MARK BEGOR'S FY 2019 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $14.3 MILLION VERSUS $20.0 MILLION IN FY 2018 - SEC FILING Source : (https://bit.ly/2wHkoAp) Further company coverage:
China's defense ministry asked the United States on Thursday to correct its mistakes and rescind the indictments against four Chinese military personnel in the 2017 Equifax <EFX.N> hacking case.
The United States has charged four Chinese military hackers in the 2017 breach of the Equifax credit reporting agency that affected nearly 150 million American citizens, Attorney General William Barr said on Monday.
Consumers affected by the massive Equifax Inc data breach in 2017 will not reap any windfalls from the credit reporting company's $700 million U.S. settlement announced on Monday, but may face a cumbersome process to get compensation.
Credit-reporting company Equifax Inc <EFX.N> will pay up to $700 million to settle claims it broke the law during a massive 2017 data breach and to repay harmed consumers, in a landmark settlement that was nonetheless criticized by consumer advocates and some lawmakers who...
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced on Monday that Equifax Inc. <EFX.N> will pay up to $700 million for a data breach that exposed millions of consumers' personal information.
Equifax Inc will pay at least $575 million, and potentially as much as $700 million, to settle allegations over its massive over 2017 data breach, U.S. regulators said in a statement on Monday.
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