Ernst & Young has reportedly lost client data containing financial data from more than 240,000 customers.

According to a U.K.-based Web site for software developers, The Register, an employee of the Big Four firm misplaced a laptop in early May that may have included the names, addresses and some credit or debit card information provided by customers who booked accomodations at the site between 2002 and 2004.

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