Companies Named In Possible E-Mail Security Breach

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Companies whose customers’ E-mail addresses were subject to a security breach at Internet marketing company Epsilon, a unit of Alliance Data Systems Corp.:

Amazon.con Inc.’s AbeBooks subsidiary

Ameriprise Financial Inc., asset management and financial planning company.

Barclays Bank. Company says breach affects U.S. customers of Barclaycard.

Best Buy Co.

Capital One Financial Corp.

Citigroup Inc. Company says information limited to customers of Citi’s North American credit card businesses.

The College Board, not-for-profit organization that runs the SATs.

Ethan Allen Interiors Inc., home furnishings retailer.

Hilton Worldwide, hotel chain whose brands include Hilton, DoubleTree, Hampton Inn and Waldolf Astoria.

HSN Inc., a retailer with roots in the Home Shopping Network.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kroger Co., grocery chain.

Marriott International Inc., hotel chain whose brands include Marriott, Renaissance, Fairfield Inn and Ritz-Carlton.

McKinsey & Co., a management consulting firm. Company says breach affected only subscribers of McKinsey Quarterly magazine.

New York & Co., apparel chain.

TiVo Inc., digital video recorder service.

U.S. Bancorp, financial company whose brands include U.S. Bank.

Walgreen Co., drug store chain.

Walt Disney Co.’s travel subsidiary, Disney Destinations.


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