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Juul CEO apologizes to parents of children addicted to vaping products
During an interview with CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla, Juul CEO Kevin Burns said he would apologize to parents whose children are ...
Big Tech gets ready for its antitrust showdown with Congress
Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Google will be in Washington on Tuesday for a face-to-face with the U.S. House of Representatives ...
Spending time in nature can help reduce unhealthy cravings, study suggests
Though many consumers practice healthy lifestyles, it’s not uncommon for temptation to kick in from time to time. Now, ...
Drinking sugary beverages linked with increased risk of cancer
Cities like Seattle and Philadelphia have implemented taxes on sugary drinks in recent years with the hope of limiting ...
eBay launches Crash Sale to compete with Amazon
eBay has launched a Crash Sale to compete with Amazon, which kicked off its fifth annual Prime Day sale at midnight PT. Last ...
Boeing 737 MAX may not return to service until early next year
The return-to-service date of Boeing 737 MAX jets could be pushed into 2020 amid safety concerns from regulators and Federal ...
Everbilt door pulls recalled
Home Depot USA of Atlanta, Ga., is recalling about 70,200 Everbilt stainless steel door pulls. The door pulls can have sharp ...
Ford recalls model year 2019 Ranger SuperCabs
Ford Motor Company is recalling 7,600 model year 2019 Ranger SuperCabs. The right-front seat belt may improperly assembled ...
Baumer Foods recalls Pics Soy Sauce
Baumer Foods of Metairie, La. is recalling PICS Soy Sauce that may contain fish, an allergen not declared on the label. No ...
Many in-debt consumers are unwilling to stop spending, survey finds
If your credit card balance grows to the point that you are unable to pay it in full at the end of the month, perhaps the ...
Store closings picked up momentum in the first half of 2019
On Amazon’s Prime Day, it may be fitting to report that the closing of brick and mortar stores in the U.S. is picking up ...
Is Facebook getting off easy?
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is ready to settle Facebook’s privacy issues with a fine of $5 billion. That’s billion ...