InterContinental confirms payment card breach at 12 U.S. hotels

(Reuters) – InterContinental Hotels Group Plc on Friday confirmed a data breach from payment cards used at 12 of its hotels in the United States, a little over a month after it said it was investigating claims of a possible breach. InterContinental said only payment cards used at the restaurants and bars of the 12 hotels were affected and that cards used at the front desk of the hotels were not affected. The affected properties include the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile, the InterContinental San Francisco and Holiday Inn Resort – Aruba, the company said, adding it was still conducting an investigation on its other hotels in the Americas region.

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