BOSTON Boston Market and Dave & Buster's are among nine retailers that fell victim to a global identity theft ring in which more than 40 million consumer credit card numbers were stolen, according to a recent announcement here by the U.S. Justice Department. While 49-unit, Dallas-based casual-dining operator Dave & Buster's revealed earlier this year that its computer system had been hacked, the Justice Department's statement appears to be the first indication that Boston Market was ...

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