Equifax fired at least two dozen employees after it used its own tool to suss out if workers had a second job

TGIF! It’s Dan DeFrancesco checking in from NYC. I’d like to start by wishing a happy bank earnings day to all those who celebrate. 

Four of the big six US banks (JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo) all report their Q3 earnings today. Our friends over at Markets Insider will have the immediate reaction to all the revenue numbers as they’re posted. As for how bank executives respond to analysts’ questions about “zooming in” or “double clicking” on particular topics, we’ve got you covered.

In the meantime, we’ve got lots to talk about, including a JPMorgan-Kanye West breakup, why you probably don’t want to rely on “finfluencers” for financial advice, and the death of an emoji

But first, Equifax would like a word with you.

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Credit reporting company Equifax Inc. corporate offices are pictured in Atlanta, Georgia.

1. Say sayonara to your side hustle.

That’s clearly the message at Equifax, which fired…

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