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Yahoo—via new parent Verizon Communications—has officially tripled its estimate of the number of accounts affected by its 2013 cyber hack, putting the total at a staggering 3 billion (aka, all of them) – WSJ and Bloomberg and MarketWatch and Law360

Speaking of hacks, nnnnnnot a great Tuesday for former Equifax CEO Richard Smith – NYTimes and WSJ and Law360

Or Wells Fargo’s Timothy Sloan, for that matter – NYTimes and WSJ and Law360

Refreshingly, in light of these and other scandals, the Journal reports that some corporate boards are increasing their oversight of corporate culture – WSJ

Breakingviews on what Nestle can do to keep activist Dan Loeb at bay. The small matter of adding consumer and online expertise to the board, for example, could go a long way – NYTimes

Money manager Jeffrey Gundlach’s placing a dark horse bet on Mpls Fed President Neel Kashkari for the next Fed Chief – Bloomberg

Consider this your official voice crying out in the wilderness on the imminent collapse of the bull market – MarketWatch

Warren Buffet has a soft spot for Americana, as his stake in Coca-Cola proves. He showed it again yesterday by announcing a nearly 40% stake in truck stop operator Pilot Flying J – WSJ and Bloomberg

Moody’s warns that we should be keeping a careful eye on the public pension funds north of the border, as their appetite for leveraged bets shot up in past years – Bloomberg

It’s hard to argue with Dyson’s claim that it reinvented the vacuum cleaner.  So count me among those keenly interested in the company’s leap to electric vehicles – Wired

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