Hackers penetrated the computer system of the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Wall Street Journal says the system hacked was used for storing public company filings and may have lead to trades based on the hacked information. The SEC says it is investigating the source of the hack, which exploited a software vulnerability in a part of the agency's EDGAR system, which is a database of filings made by thousands of public companies regulated by the SEC. Albertson's (ABS) is getting into the meal kit business. The grocery chain announced it has bought Plated for $200 million. Albertson's also agreed to make payments to Plated depending on how well it performs. President Trump's approval rating is rising. The NBC-Wall Street Journal poll says Americans like to bipartisan way he's been pursuing deals but are split on tax reform.
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