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Company TownSen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) plans to hold antitrust hearings on Universal's proposed merger with EMI....
It was, literally, a sight for sore eyes. Two years ago March 12, trumpets blasted in Ankeny, Iowa, as America's new gladiators for agricultural justice - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr., his antitrust chief Christine Varney, U.S. Department of...
The Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit accusing several California auto loan modification operations of deceiving consumers with false promises and then leaving their cars to be repossessed. The agency alleged that Hope for Car Owners in Folsom and...
Yo-yo financing is what happens when you drive off the lot with your newly purchased car, only to be reeled back in days or weeks later by the dealer because the financing didn't go through. Your choice: Return the car or keep it and accept less-...
If you've ever fallen behind on your bills, you know how harassing debt collectors can be. Your phone won't stop ringing, and your relatives may get calls from collectors looking for you, too, which can be embarrassing. If you're intentionally trying...
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pix11.com | @wpixIf you have not heard the term yet, you will. Or maybe you will see the letters DNT. It is a movement that is growing. The fight right now is between regulators, privacy advocates, online advertisers and tech companies over how much data industry...
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The pre-checked box, a clever technique that travel companies use to extract a few dollars more from customers booking their trips online, may be checking out. Last month, the Minnesota Department of Commerce alleged that National Union Fire Insurance...
Nobody likes telemarketers, especially the electronic voices used by telemarketing companies who are too cheap or lazy to actually pay people to call you. So there should be widespread support for new rules blocking those robocalls. But you shouldn't...
AeroShot Pure Energy, the inhalable caffeine product that went on sale last month, will be investigated by Food and Drug Administration officials concerned about whether it’s safe for consumers. Breathable Foods, the company that makes the powder...
As concern grows over child identity theft, Maryland is considering legislation that would make the state the first in the nation to protect a youngster's credit report. Minors aren't supposed to have such reports because they're too young to get credit....
It was a great pleasure to discover "Woodrow Wilson And The Progressive Era" authored by Arthur S. Link. I wanted to get a more complete understanding of what "progressive" meant in the context of its historical setting. The formal definition, however,...
Since January 2009, the Better Business Bureau has received 52 complaints about companies offering extended warranty contract services — many concerning vehicle service contracts — from consumers residing in the Greater Maryland area. ...
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