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Three Equifax execs sold off around $1.8 million of their company’s stock in the days after the company had discovered a massive data breach but had not yet made it public, according to regulatory fillings first reported by Bloomberg.

The credit reporting agency said Thursday that personal information belonging to 143 million Americans was compromised in a cyberattack it identified on July 29. Just three days after that date, chief financial officer John Gamble, president of U.S. information solutions Joseph Loughran, and president of workforce solutions Rodolfo Ploder unloaded stock worth around $946,000, $584,000, and $250,000 respectively. Read more…

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