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Equifax CEO Richard Smith suddenly decides to ‘retire’

engadget Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Equifax has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons, following a chain of blunders and mismanagement after it revealed that a security breach leaked the personal data of 143 million people. This morning, the CEO of Equifax and chairman of i...
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News video: Former Equifax CEO Slammed By Congress

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Former Equifax CEO, Richard Smith, was slammed by Congress Tuesday just minutes into his hearing before the House Energy Committee. New Mexico State Representative Ben Ray Lujan told Smith, "I worry that your job today is about damage control: to put a happy face on your firm's disgraceful actions...

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