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The Changing Makeup of Consumer Debt

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Mortgage debt makes up a noticeably smaller share of total consumer debt than it did a decade ago, according to the latest Equifax National Consumer Credit Trends Report, covering data for March 2018. According to the Equifax report, mortgage debt ...

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U.S. Senate: Credit Bureaus Data Security and Equifax

The U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs met Tuesday morning in an open session titled “Consumer Data Security and the Credit Bureaus” to address how credit bureaus intend on protecting consumer data—specifically in light of the recent ...

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Unraveling the Equifax Data Breach

Tuesday morning, Former Equifax CEO Richard E. Smith testified before the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce. Smith served as the Chairman and CEO of Equifax for the last 12 years. He stepped down on September 25, in the ...

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Equifax CEO Explains Reasons for Retirement

Equifax, Inc. CEO and Chairman of the Board Richard Smith announced his retirement through the Board of Directors Tuesday. However, with an upcoming testimony on the breach, what does this mean for the company as a whole?

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Equifax Appoints New Leader

Equifax Inc. recently announced an almost 20-year company veteran is now leading its marketing team. Laura Wilbanks was appointed as Equifax’s new Chief Marketing Officer, succeeding Trey Loughran, who recently assumed the role of President of United States Information Solutions (USIS). ...

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