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The personal details of up to 143 million US consumers were potentially accessed by hackers between mid-May and July, according to credit reporting agency Equifax. Here’s what you need to know:

In Wall Street news, Goldman Sachs’ global head of commodities is leaving. And the US investment bank asked its interns about their spending habits, social-media apps, and dreams — here are their answers.

JPMorgan is starting a new investment banking squad to help retailers facing the Amazon threat. And JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is starting to look like corporate America’s “shadow president.”

Here’s a definitive guide to the state of Wall Street, business by business. Private equity is trying to poach young bankers mere weeks into their jobs. And America’s newest stock exchange is gunning for NYSE and Nasdaq’s marquee business.

The House of Representatives passed a package on Friday to provide relief for Hurricane Harvey, suspend the debt ceiling, and fund the government for three months. Here’s the latest:

And here’s the latest on Hurricane Irma:

In other news, Kraft Heinz, the $US100 billion packaged foods maker known for its condiment line, has promoted 29-year-old Princeton grad David Knopf to CFO. And Kroger’s got whacked after reporting a fall in quarterly profit.

The FBI is investigating whether Uber used secret software called “Hell” to track Lyft drivers.

Lastly, here are 16 hot cars we can’t wait to see at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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