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Home Depot: Will The Impact Of The Data Breach Be Significant? - Forbes

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Notification: This involves the costs related to information provision to relevant individuals, regulators, and media personnel. In a case as large as the one at Home Depot, involving 56 million individuals, the costs of notifying could be daunting. At 49 cents per stamp, the one time cost of notifying just those affected comes to a whopping $27.44 million. Identity theft and credit monitoring: The cost of identity theft protection could range anywhere between $7 to $15 per victim. Assuming a $10 price per victim, the price of this runs into an approximate $560 million cost for Home Depot.
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(NYSE: LOW ), has roughly $53 billion in annual sales. The two share very similar business models, with a primary focus on North America. However, they differ in key respects, which leads me to believe that one of them could provide outsized returns. Despite strategic missteps (such as an ill-fated foray into the Chinese market), Home Depot has outperformed Lowe's in many profitability and efficiency metrics. Home Depot has higher margins and inventory is moved more quickly.
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