(Bloomberg) -- One of the world’s biggest banks, along with brokerages and a major business news publication, were targets of hackers who pulled off the largest theft of customer data from a U.S. financial institution in history, the U.S. said Tuesday in announcing charges against four men.

The bank was JPMorgan Chase, according to Trish Wexler, a company spokeswoman.

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