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Do you still want the 125 dollars from Equifax? Consumers are facing another hurdle.

Initially, consumers whose private information was compromised by the massive violation of Equifax privacy policies thought they would receive at least $ 125. Then the company stated that the $ 700 million agreement was not enough for all 147 million sufferers. Instead of penning the dollar, the Federal Trade Commission recommended that consumers accept a free credit monitoring offer instead. …

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CDC and FDA collide in warning consumers about lung disease outbreaks

Health authorities warn consumers of a mysterious lung disease that has afflicted hundreds of people and killed at least three people. What to avoid? They do not agree. Federal health authorities are examining 450 potential cases of vaping in 33 states and one area. At least three people have died of the disease. It's too early to find out exactly …

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Fight against fuel saving proves that GOP hates businesses, consumers, the environment – Opinion

We have examined the developments in the battle between fuel consumption and emissions between the Environmental Protection Agency (formerly run by an oil trader, now a coal lobbyist and with commissioners who mistakenly believe that air pollution is irrelevant) and the Environmental Protection Agency. t harmful) and the environment they claim to protect, and today we have heard another doozy …

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Volkswagen overvalued fuel consumption of 98,000 US vehicles, consumers will pay back

Business Volkswagen AG must forgo GHG credits and lower fuel consumption for 98,000 vehicles after the US Environmental Protection Agency overstates the actual performance of auto software. FILE PHOTO: A Volkswagen logo can be seen at Serramonte Volkswagen in Colma, California, USA, on October 3, 2017. REUTERS / Stephen Lam 31. August 2019 04:40 AM Bookmark [19659007] WASHINGTON: Volkswagen AG …

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Consumers begin to feel the pain of the war of commerce

Meanwhile, more than a year after the beginning of the US-China trade war, American consumers are largely protected from the negative effects of tariffs. But a big Wall Street investment bank says that this will change soon and that the data prove it. "I think you start to feel the pain," said Joseph Song, senior US economist at Bank of …

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REAL ID deadline: TSA urges consumers to change their identification as the deadline for documenting air travel approaches

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is launching a new public awareness campaign for Real ID as the deadline for bartering approaches. Travelers will not be able to board a flight without a certificate of authenticity or alternative ID as of 1 October 2020. "We want the public to realize this, which is just another level of security," said Tomas Cuellar, …

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Generational shift in consumers is a boon for these retailers

CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday that the American consumer is thriving and that they can not afford their own business. Stores that can not offer a good online Macy's, the "Mad Money" host said. Online sales in the US surpassed in-store sales for the first time in history this past February, according to the Commerce Department. "These days, the consumer …

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American consumers are holding the global economy. But for how long?

American consumers are increasingly propping up the global economy. But as a number of project point to a possible downturn in the United States, economists are growing more skeptical that consumers will continue to open their wallets as freely. A failure to do so hasten the arrival of the first U.S.. recession in a decade. Low unemployment, rising wages and …

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Coach, Givenchy and Versace have apologized to Chinese consumers for these controversial T-shirts

Donatella Versace personally apologized on her Instagram, saying she never "disregarded China's national sovereignty." Nancy Vu BuzzFeed News Reporter Posted on August 12, 2019 at 6:43 PM ET Fashion Coach, Givenchy and Versace powerhouses apologize to Chinese consumers for selling t-shirts calling angry citizens to boycott the brands. Pictures of shirts circulated online over the weekend. Each of the designs …

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DOJ opens sweeping antitrust review of big tech giants saying they may work against consumers

In a shot across the board of online titans Like Facebook, Google and Amazon, the Justice Department announced Tuesday it has opened a wide-ranging antitrust investigation of big technology companies and otherwise their online platforms have hurt competition, suppressed innovation or otherwise harmed consumers. President Trump has relentlessly criticized the big tech companies by name in recent months. He and …

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