Security researchers have stumbled upon a huge file of stolen user names and passwords.
Kroger and Dollar General are among the companies reporting as the holiday shopping season picks up.
A digital security company says 152 million accounts were affected, but Adobe disputes the number.
Thanksgiving isn't until Nov. 28 this year, and that leaves fewer days for shopping.
Analysts call it a marketing coup that will broaden the reach of the company's ecosystem and allow it to charge premium prices for upcoming gadgets.
Hackers accessed information from 2.9 million customers, leaving the company scrambling. Shares still rose more than 1%.
Shares are starting to move above long-term resistance, a bullish sign for now.
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