(CNN)- The FBI is investigating a possible data breach at JP Morgan Chase. A U.S. leader familiar with the investigation tells CNN the extent of the damage from the cyberattack and where it came from have not yet been determined. A spokesperson for the bank says companies of its size experience cyberattacks "nearly every day" and have "multiple layers of defense" -- but did not offer any details on the matter.
(CBS)- Fans of Crumbs have something to smile about this morning. A federal bankruptcy court approved the sale of the cupcake company to the firm behind Dippin Dots ice cream. The new owners, who include reality TV star Marcus Lemonis, say they will create a privately held company and want to expand the chain's menu to include items other than cupcakes. Crumbs shut all its stores in July after seeing a sharp decline in sales.
(CBS)- Like Taco Bell? Then you're going to love this promotion, the chance to win free food, for life! The contest is called "Eleven Everlasting Dollars" contest." The fast food chain says it will release eleven altered dollar bills in eleven U.S. cities. Each winning bill will have a special serial number. If you find it and claim your prize, Taco Bell promises a "lifetime" of free food. Fans can track where bills might be found on the taco bell website. USA Today reports the odds of finding one of the winning bills are about one in 2.4 billion.