EFX - Equifax Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
116.49
+1.78 (+1.55%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close114.71
Open115.25
Bid102.40 x 1400
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range115.13 - 116.76
52 Week Range89.59 - 147.02
Volume507,220
Avg. Volume1,028,290
Market Cap14.012B
Beta0.97
PE Ratio (TTM)24.12
EPS (TTM)4.83
Earnings DateJul 24, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.56 (1.37%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-24
1y Target Est128.38
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  • PR Newswire16 hours ago

    Equifax to Meet with Investors in Los Angeles and Kansas City

    ATLANTA , May 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX) today announced that Chief Financial Officer John Gamble , and Jeff Dodge and Trevor Burns of Investor Relations will be meeting with investors ...

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  • Reuters5 days ago

    Democrats on FTC vote no on consumer protection appointee

    The two Democrats on the five-member Federal Trade Commission voted to oppose the appointment of a lawyer tapped to head the commission's Bureau of Consumer Protection because of his previous work for Equifax and other companies being probed by the agency. With support from the Republican Chairman Joe Simons and two Republican commissioners, the agency named Andrew Smith to be the agency's top consumer watchdog. The commissioners voted unanimously to name Bruce Hoffman to head the head of the Bureau of Competition, a post that he has held on an acting basis.

  • Digging Into Symantec’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Results
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    Digging Into Symantec’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Results

    On May 10, Symantec (SYMC) reported better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter results, beating analysts’ earnings and revenue expectations and marking YoY (year-over-year) growth. It posted adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.46 in the fourth quarter, exceeding analysts’ expectation of $0.39 and marking a year-over-year rise from $0.28.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    U.S. senators oppose trade group's lawyer as consumer watchdog

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission should delay a vote to name its top consumer advocate, three Democratic U.S. senators said on Monday, citing the appointee's work for Equifax, Facebook, Uber and other companies the FTC has probed. The FTC is considering making Andrew Smith, a partner at Covington and Burling, LLP, head of its consumer protection bureau. Smith has worked for the Consumer Data Industry Association, whose members include credit reporting companies like Equifax, which is under FTC scrutiny following a massive data breach last year.

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    Facebook just entered a 'death cross,' which could signal a failed relief rally: Piper Jaffray

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  • Reuters10 days ago

    U.S. credit reporting industry lawyer may head FTC bureau - sources

    U.S. consumer watchdogs expressed concern on Friday that a lawyer who represented credit reporting companies over a massive data breach at Equifax is being considered to head the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Consumer Protection. The FTC's five commissioners are voting on the appointment of Andrew Smith, a process that takes several days, according to two people familiar with the matter. Smith worked for the Consumer Data Industry Association, which represents credit reporting companies.

  • Another Voice: Equifax scandal isn't over
    American City Business Journals11 days ago

    Another Voice: Equifax scandal isn't over

    Damage from the data breach at the credit reporting bureau may still be happening.

  • 3 Cybersecurity Stocks That Could Roar Higher
    InvestorPlace12 days ago

    3 Cybersecurity Stocks That Could Roar Higher

    Recent headline hacks and data leaks, ranging from Equifax Inc. (NYSE:EFX) to Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), have made the need for cybersecurity solutions in today’s increasingly digitally connected and reliant world more apparent than ever. By comparison, the NASDAQ-100 is up just 6% over the past six months, while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrials are each up just 1% in that same time frame. Clearly, cybersecurity stocks have been the big winners recently.

  • Associated Press12 days ago

    Equifax now says some passport info was stolen in breach

    Equifax acknowledged a relatively small number of passport images and information were stolen as part of last year's security breach, despite previously denying such a thing occurred. The credit monitoring company said 3,200 passport images were stolen last year, according to a letter sent last week by lawyers representing Equifax to the Senate Banking Committee. Equifax originally disclosed the breach back in September, but subsequent disclosures from the company show that more information had been stolen that originally reported.

  • The Wall Street Journal13 days ago

    [$$] Companies Still Downloading Flaw that Led to Equifax Breach

    Engineers, sometimes, continue using older software because of technical requirements or programs and processes that are built on these existing platforms. The Apache software, specifically its Struts framework used for for web applications, had a loophole that allowed perpetrators to access large swathes of data with ease. By May of that year, Equifax had not patched one program that was running the Apache Struts framework.

  • Equifax filing reveals hack was somehow even worse than previous estimates
    TechCrunch13 days ago

    Equifax filing reveals hack was somehow even worse than previous estimates

    The 2017 hack of Equifax, already among the largest ever recorded, just got

  • The Wall Street Journal14 days ago

    [$$] Editor's News Picks

    Equifax clarifies breach impact. Inc. has revealed that millions of driver’s license numbers, phone numbers and email addresses were exposed in a data breach last year, Ars Technica reported Tuesday. The revelation comes after Equifax said the names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers of 143 million U.S. citizens were compromised in the hack, along with driver’s licenses “in some instances.” The company also said “certain dispute documents” from 182,000 customers were exposed.

  • Equifax reveals how many SSNs, credit cards, and passports were hacked
    Yahoo Finance14 days ago

    Equifax reveals how many SSNs, credit cards, and passports were hacked

    Equifax told the SEC a lot of details about what was lost in its data breach, including how many people had their credit cards, passport info, and more stolen.

  • Fortune14 days ago

    Equifax Says Over 56,000 Drivers Licenses, Passports, and More Were Also Stolen

    Massive 2017 data breach continues to grow.

  • Equifax provides more detail to Congress on cyber security incident
    Reuters14 days ago

    Equifax provides more detail to Congress on cyber security incident

    Equifax said that about 38,000 driver's licenses and 3,200 passports details had been uploaded to the portal that had was hacked. Equifax said in September that hackers had stolen personally identifiable information of U.S., British and Canadian consumers. The company confirmed that information on about 146.6 million names, 146.6 million dates of birth, 145.5 million social security numbers, 99 million address information and 209,000 payment card number and expiration date, were stolen in the cyber security incident.

  • Equifax provides more detail to Congress on cyber security incident
    Reuters14 days ago

    Equifax provides more detail to Congress on cyber security incident

    Equifax said that about 38,000 driver's licenses and 3,200 passports details had been uploaded to the portal that had was hacked. Equifax said in September that hackers had stolen personally identifiable information of U.S., British and Canadian consumers. The company confirmed that information on about 146.6 million names, 146.6 million dates of birth, 145.5 million social security numbers, 99 million address information and 209,000 payment card number and expiration date, were stolen in the cyber security incident.

  • Fortune15 days ago

    Thousands of Companies Are Still Downloading the Vulnerability That Wrecked Equifax

    It's like driving with a defective airbag.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 days ago

    [$$] Equifax Directors Win Re-Election, Despite Concerns About Breach

    Equifax shareholders voted to re-elect all of the company’s board members who were on the ballot, though several directors including the board’s chairman received a significant number of votes against their re-election. Board chairman Mark Feidler, for whom there were several calls against re-election in the run up to the meeting, received about 64% of the votes tallied in favor of re-election with about 35.5% voting against him and a tiny share abstaining. Board member John McKinley received the second most votes against re-election, with about 64.6% voting in favor of his re-election.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 days ago

    [$$] Company Boards Shoulder Larger Role in Cyber Oversight

    Board directors are feeling more pressure to stay on top of cybersecurity matters at the companies they serve as new guidance from the Securities and Exchange Commission takes hold. The SEC in February said it wants to see more detailed descriptions in financial statements of how boards oversee cyberrisk. Inc., Yahoo Inc. and elsewhere, are proposing companies go further, tying executive compensation to meeting cybersecurity goals.

  • Equifax excludes media from annual shareholders meeting in Atlanta
    American City Business Journals19 days ago

    Equifax excludes media from annual shareholders meeting in Atlanta

    Atlanta Business Chronicle's Maria Saporta attempted to attend the credit reporting company meeting but was told by an Equifax spokesperson that the press could not attend unless they owned shares of the company.

  • Forbes19 days ago

    Is The Dodd-Frank Of Privacy Coming?

    Protestors from the pressure group Avaaz demonstrate outside Portcullis house where Facebook's Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer is to be questioned by members of parliament in London on April 26, 2018. May is here and like Y2K before it this may be one of the more cautiously anticipated moments in business because of the oncoming wave of privacy and cybersecurity regulations that come into force in Europe. Europe’s far-reaching General Data Protection Regulation, more commonly known as GDPR, affects organizations with operations in the EU’s common market.

  • Why data breach victims should think twice before suing Equifax
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    Why data breach victims should think twice before suing Equifax

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