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Whole Foods Data Breach, IKEA Buys TaskRabbit, and More: Friday's Top Stories

Today's top stories: Whole Foods card payment systems have been hacked, IKEA bought a company, and National Coffee day for coffee lovers!
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Jane King has Friday's Top Stories:

Whole Foods Data Breach:

Whole Foods (WFM) says it's card payment system in its taprooms and full-service restaurants had been hacked. No grocery store shoppers were impacted as that part of the business is on a different computer system. Amazon (AMZN) accounts were not accessed. The company has hired a cybersecurity firm to help it investigate.

IKEA Buys TaskRabbit:

IKEA just bought TaskRabbit, a company that employs people who already know how to put together all of its furniture. Ikea will start offering TaskRabbit services in the United States. TaskRabbit links freelance workers with jobs, from handymen to movers to assistants. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Attention Coffee Lovers: 

Coffee lovers, it's your day. Today is National Coffee day and the best way to celebrate is with free and discounted cups of java. Big chains like Dunkin' Donuts (DNKN) , Krispy Kreme (KKD) and McDonald's (MCD) all have coffee deals going on today and many smaller shops have specials too.

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