Dairy Queen is working with federal authorities to investigate “suspicious activity” linked to credit cards and debit cards used at some of its restaurants, the company confirmed Thursday. The Minneapolis-based quick-service operator said it was alerted to the possible data breach by the U.S. Secret Service, which investigates such criminal activity. The possible data breach, linked to malicious software, or malware, was first reported Tuesday by ...

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