The day after TJX revealed the extent of hacking into its computer systems, the company's stock actually rose by one percent on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. In fact, the Framingham-based firm has lost little business since it first disclosed the security breach in December.
For its fourth quarter last year, sales remained strong in TJX's almost 25-hundred stores, which include TJMaxx and Marshalls. That was before the company reported that a hacker, or hackers, stole information about more than 45 million customers' credit and debit cards. That information came out on Wednesday.
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