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Identity theft victim Mark Kim poses in front of a Target in the Brooklyn. Kim spent seven months trying to clear his credit history after his personal information was compromised in a data breach at Target in 2013. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

(Bloomberg) — Target Corp. agreed to settle with more than 100 million customers whose personal information may have been breached in a database hack in 2013, among the biggest to hobble retailers and banks in recent years.

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