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Global Payments Inc., the firm that has acknowledged it is the source of the most recent significant card data breach, has said that 1.5 million accounts were compromised but called the breach “contained.”

“We are making rapid progress toward bringing this issue to a close,” said Global Payments Chairman/CEO Paul R. Garcia. “Our nearly 4,000 employees around the world are focused on providing exceptional service. We are open for business and continue to process transactions for all of the card brands.”

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