BATAVIA, Ill. — Aldi said it is assisting law enforcement officials in investigating a possible security breach related to debit-card readers at its stores that were tampered with to steal customer payment card information. The retailer said it was informed that a “limited number” of debit-card terminals at some of its stores were compromised. Local news reports indicated that stores in suburban Chicago may have been affected. The Daily Herald newspaper, based in Arlington Heights, Ill., ...

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