Hot off the press, hackers were able to gain unauthorized access to Equifax’s consumer data, potentially affecting almost half the United States population, roughly around 143 million consumers. Equifax promises to allow affected consumers free credit protection. I don’t know the extent of such protection. Will such protection help consumers fight bad credits due to nefarious activities through this hack? Equifax is also cooperating with the authorities to figure out the mastermind behinds this hack. Also, Equifax has hired professionals to help them tighten up the security and clean up whatever might be left behind in their system by the hackers. Anyhow, Equifax’s CEO is explaining and assuring his customers in the video right after the break.
Foreigners are trying to break into China’s market everyday, but not everything is easy with China. Meanwhile Chinese most creative and big companies are trying to go global. When modern China was young, she could not be so innovative since everything had gotten to be learned and copied. Fortunately, China has been growing so fast that she could fast-track her learning and copying stage to innovation stage. Right now as China tries to go global, she is also trying to become evermore innovative. She invests in innovative talents in all sorts of fields such as industrial designs, brand building, and whatnot. As China’s economy continues to grow bigger than ever, more foreign companies are vigorously trying to break into Chinese market to grab the ferocious growth of the world’s most populous country. It seems American companies are also competing with other foreign companies in trying to capture the Chinese market. Check out the video right after the break to see how American companies are trying to make their fortunes in China.