It was founded as a joint stock corporation by the merger of the express companies owned by Henry Wells (Wells & Company), William G.Fargo (Livingston, Fargo & Company), and John Warren Butterfield (Wells, Butterfield & Company, the successor earlier in 1850 of Butterfield, Wasson & Company). in 1852 when Butterfield and other directors objected to the proposal that American Express extend its operations to California.Neither the company nor Fire Eye would comment on the size of the breach or what regions the affected members reside in."Until the investigation is completed, it will be difficult to determine with certainty the full scope of the incident, but we will continue to work vigilantly to address this potential issue and will provide updates as we learn more from our investigation," Friend Finder's statement continued."We cannot speculate further about this issue, but rest assured, we pledge to take the appropriate steps needed to protect our customers if they are affected," it said.American Express initially established its headquarters in a building at the intersection of Jay Street and Hudson Street in what was later called the Tribeca section of Manhattan.
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