WASHINGTON — U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told a Senate hearing Wednesday that the Justice Department is investigating the security data breach at Target Corp. as House Democrats expanded their probe into the issue, asking Neiman Marcus to explain why it took the retailer so long to discover and report a breach of its consumer data.
In a rare disclosure, Holder, who was testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, confirmed that his agency has opened an investigation into the Target breach, which potentially affected more than 100 million consumers.
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