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Tennessee Consumer Affairs Do’s & Don’ts in Wake of Equifax Data Breach

 

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance - TDCINashville, TN – With over 3 million Tennesseans’ sensitive information exposed in a data breach at the credit reporting firm Equifax, the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance’s (TDCI) Consumer Affairs Division wants to help vulnerable consumers plan a course of action to protect themselves from scammers aiming to mine their data through bogus websites and phishing calls.  

According to Equifax, the breach lasted from mid-May through July and exposed the data of over 143 million Americans.

According to Equifax, the breach lasted from mid-May through July and exposed the data of over 143 million Americans.

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Clarksville Montgomery County School System recommends Students and Employees take action to protect Identity and Credit

 

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School SystemMontgomery County, TN – This notification regarding the hacking of Clarksville Montgomery County School System data is going to all employees’ and students’ telephone contact numbers to best ensure that the message is received.

It is important for all employees, former employees, current and former students to know that it is recommended that action should be taken to protect your identity and credit. «Read the rest of this article»

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No Evidence of Impending Double Dip Recession According to Vistage CEO Confidence Index

 

Taxes and Healthcare Will Weigh Heavily on Future Economic Growth and in Mid-Term Elections

Vistage International, Inc.San Diego, CA – CEO confidence was up slightly in the third quarter, noting a slowing economic growth pace, but no evidence of a double dip recession, according to the Vistage CEO Confidence Index 3rd quarter results. Despite widespread recognition of the recent economic slowdown, CEOs were more confident in their firm’s ability to increase their revenues and profits in the year ahead.

Yet, virtually every CEO (92%) expects rising employee health care costs, and 57% of all CEOs expect those cost increases to be more than 10%. Two-thirds of all CEOs said that without the extension of the Bush tax cuts their businesses would be harmed, and nearly half (46%) reported continued unfavorable credit market conditions. In response to a question about the upcoming elections, 62% of CEOs believe the Republicans will control the U.S. House of Representatives in January 2011.

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