Staples Unit Strikes Data Breach Deal With CVS Customers

Law360, Los Angeles (May 25, 2017, 6:02 PM EDT) -- A Staples Inc. unit that handled website operation and photo management for retailers such as Costco Wholesale Corp. and CVS Health Corp. reached a deal with customers who said they were damaged by a 2015 data breach, according to a motion in Georgia federal court on Thursday.

PNI Digital Media Inc., acquired by Staples in 2014, reached a proposed settlement in which the company would pay customers up to $250 each to reimburse claims for bank fees, long-distance telephone charges and other expenses stemming from the exposure of their credit card and debit card information, plus up to $10,000 for “extraordinary...

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