Company Of The Day: T-Mobile

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T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) is looking into claims of a huge data breach on its systems, with hackers reportedly selling the personal information of as many as 100 million people that came via the company’s servers.

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There have been two other breaches on the company’s servers since early 2020, but this one appears to be particularly large. T-Mobile stock declined by about 3% in Monday’s trading, following the news.

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