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The Federal Communication Commission's internet privacy regulations would have prevented your internet provider from using and selling some potentially sensitive information about you, but the... [Read More]
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Bank of America must pay $46 million for improperly foreclosing on a California couple's home in 2010.  U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Christopher Klein levied [PDF]... [Read More]
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Don't think fast food companies are taking consumers' preference for "clean" food seriously? Just look at the war of words that has erupted this week... [Read More]
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There's just something about shiny little things that makes children - and some adults - put the objects in their mouths. But that's dangerous and... [Read More]
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Seven years ago, Amazon acquired Quidsi, what was then a five-year-old competitor that ran the sites Diapers.com and Soap.com. Since then, the company has been... [Read More]
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More than two years after we first heard about a veggie burger designed to "bleed" juice made from plants, the company behind it is ramping... [Read More]
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One of the nation's largest providers of automobile financing, Santander Bank, has agreed to pay $26 million to end a two-state investigation into the financial... [Read More]
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Working in the fast-food industry can be hard work for little pay, and now employees have to worry about their job security as well. Fast... [Read More]
There could be something extra lurking in shellfish folks have been eating in Seattle, and it's not a tasty mignonette: Health officials say they're investigating... [Read More]
Driving a car that is on fire or that has doors popping open is impressive, but not recommended. For that reason, you should be aware... [Read More]
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The U.S. Supreme Court has determined that a New York state law barring merchants from adding credit card surcharges is indeed a state regulation on... [Read More]
What is Staples? The company's leaders probably wouldn't be pleased to hear you say, "The place where I go for printer cartridges when I can't... [Read More]
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Every once in a while, a good samaritan — and an informed retail employee — stops customers from becoming victims of a costly scam. Such... [Read More]
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