The U.S. federal agency responsible for ensuring that markets function as they should and for protecting investors was hacked last year and the intruders may have used the nonpublic information they obtained to profit illegally.
Bettencourt, the only child of L'Oreal's founder Eugene Schueller, owned about one-third of the company's shares. During her lifetime, the Paris-based company grew from a small hair-dye supplier into the largest maker of beauty products.
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When you look closely at the projections for recreational marijuana demand once pot is legalized in this country, you have to wonder what some of the analysts are smoking.
National Bank of Canada says a website error may have exposed the personal information of nearly 400 of its customers, including their names, birthdates, phone number and email address.