(Bloomberg) -- Morgan Stanley fired an employee it said stole data, including account numbers, for as many as 350,000 wealth management clients and posted some of the information online.
The bank alerted law enforcement and found no evidence that clients lost any money, Morgan Stanley said today in a statement. The firm said it detected account information for about 900 clients on an external website and promptly had it removed.
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