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Home Depot’s 2014 data breach was costly to the company – and it said that it expected that it will be even costlier in the future.

In announcing its fourth quarter results, Home Depot explained that its fiscal 2014 results reflected a pretax net expense of $33 million, or $0.02 per diluted share, related to the data breach, of which $5 million was recognized in the fourth quarter.

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