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We count on sunscreens to protect us from the sun’s harmful UV rays. The higher the SPF the better the protection. Right? Not necessarily. Consumer Reports tested a dozen sunscreens both lotions and sprays and finds there is no guarantee you are...
Sun SentinelAttorney General Pam Bondi announced Monday that Lifestyle Lift Holding, Inc., has agreed to change the marketing on its facial rejuvenation services “to eliminate any possible consumer confusion about its services.” The voluntary settlement...
Tags: Personal Service, Marketing, Pam Bondi
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Monday that brand-name drug makers can be sued for violating the antitrust laws if they make a deal that pays a potential competitor to put off selling a generic version. The 5-3 decision is likely to benefit...
Problem Solver: Sears customer doesn't like reception when picking up TV bought during pre-Black Friday saleThe email promised that because she was a Sears "premier" member, Cathy Graves would have access to the company's exclusive pre-Black Friday sale. It seemed almost too good to be true. The Plainfield resident had been looking for an inexpensive...
Tags: Sears, Inventories, Jon Yates
Her reduced-fare senior card was almost depleted, so on July 27, Jean Carroll tried to add money to it. She walked to the CTA Red Line station at State and Randolph streets, inserted the card into a fare machine, fed a $5 bill into the money slot and...
I'm in the newspaper industry, so I am keenly, painfully aware of how hard businesses have it nowadays. I'm relieved every day my company key card still opens the door for me. That said, I'm endlessly amused by the fairytale peddled among some in the...
For Howard Wood, a functioning cellphone isn't a luxury; it's vital for his job. The Downers Grove resident works in a 100,000-square-foot warehouse, so the cellphone allows him to be accessible to his co-workers. When he signed up for service from...
ReutersJun 17 (TheWrap.com) - Universal sent Stephanie Sperber an early vote of confidence on Monday, extending the contract of the president of Universal Partnerships & Licensing through June 2016. Sperber oversees all of Universal's global consumer products,...
Home improvement giant Lowe's Cos. aims to score a bigger piece of California's real estate recovery by agreeing to rescue Bay Area rival Orchard Supply Hardware Stores Corp. Lowe's on Monday made a $205-million bid for the company, sometimes known as...
Marylanders are big complainers. At least when it comes to the financial services they receive. Maryland ranked No. 2 in the nation in mortgage complaints per capita, second only to New Hampshire, for grievances lodged with the Consumer Financial...
Reuters--Clyde Russell is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own.-- By Clyde Russell LAUNCESTON, Australia, June 18 (Reuters) - It's taken Asian countries far too long to realise that fuel subsidies are unsustainable and poor economic...
Tags: Public Finance, China, Politics, Asia, Elections
ReutersBy Chris Michaud June 18 (Reuters) - U.S. consumers are more satisfied with airlines in recent years but the industry still gets relatively low marks, mainly due to the onboard experience, according to a new customer poll released on Tuesday. The...
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