By  on December 3, 2007

The TJX Cos. reached a settlement agreement last week with Visa USA Inc. and Visa Inc. in litigation that arose out of TJX’s previously reported unauthorized computer intrusions, according to a statement from the company. Under the terms of the settlement, TJX will offer up to a maximum of $40.9 million pretax in alternative recovery payments to eligible Visa issuers of payment cards that were affected. The settlement is conditional on the acceptance of the offer by at least 80 percent of the eligible Visa payment card accounts.

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