Two glaring facts were left out of two stories: with regard to the Equifax breach of 143 million customers private and financial information: Three top executives of Equifax sold $2 million of personal stock before they made the breach public, knowing the stock would plummet in the disclosure.

As for the U.S. Department of Education's considerations in changing Obama's debt forgiveness program, which would have helped to alleviate a very corrupt industry's stranglehold on student debt, it should have been noted that Betty DeVos, head of that department, is personally invested in that very industry.

If I recall, these kinds of things are called corruption, conflict of interest, and cronyism.

Sean Doyle

Corvallis (Sept. 13)

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