(Bloomberg) -- Target Corp. reached a settlement with Visa Inc.over a hacker attack that struck the retail chain during the 2013holiday season and exposed millions of customers’ personalinformation.

“Target is pleased that we have reached a settlement agreementwith Visa related to the data breach,” the Minneapolis-basedretailer said in a statement Tuesday. Separately, Visa confirmedthat it has reached an accord with Target. Under the terms of thedeal, the chain will pay banks that issue Visa cards as much as $67million, according to the Wall Street Journal, which cited peoplefamiliar with the situation that it didn’t identify.

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