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FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — The TJX Companies, the parent corporation for a number of different retail chains in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, announced yesterday that it is going forward with its settlement offer to credit and debit card issuers who were damaged in the company’s previous card data breaches.

The breaches, which had gone on for months but only came to light in December 2006, cost credit unions and CUNA Mutual, as well as other card issuers, tens of millions of dollars in damages.

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