Amy Martyn is a writer and investigative reporter now based in San Diego by way of Tijuana, BC, Dallas, TX and Los Angeles, CA. She primarily writes about how consumers, taxpayers and businesses are affected by corporate and government policies.
The Department of Transportation now claims that listing baggage fees along ticket prices will not help the public
Billionaires and government agencies say that the Bitcoin bubble will eventually burst
Experts and researchers say systemic factors are causing high death rates for new mothers
One expert says consumers who used the company’s service could be vulnerable to cyberattack
Don’t get between the robot and the shelf and you’ll be fine, the robot's creator says
Taxpayers being asked to cough up huge sums for profitable insurers who are no longer covering people under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Uber wants to deliver McDonald’s to your door, but should they?
A mistake originating at an Amazon warehouse could have landed unwitting customers behind bars or in the crosshairs of a drug-dealer
Survey respondents were most concerned about a prospective mate's credit card debt
Experts suggest the issue may stem from computers driving more cautiously than the humans with which it shares the road
Vineyards and cannabis growers among the hardest-hit industries
Bakery owner defends decision to list 'love' as ingredient in granola
Over one-in-four cars sold by CarMax were found to have safety defects
State Street promotes itself as a champion of women while federal investigation reveals possible wage discrimination
Researchers say it could save millions of lives, but only if cigarette smokers make the switch
Advocacy groups quizzed restaurants about their plans to cut back on antibiotics
Samsung likes to brag about its 'water resistant' Galaxy smartphones. Its warranty policy? Not so much.
Texas representative cites lawsuit abuse in attempt to gut the Americans with Disabilities Act9/21/2017
So-called lawsuit 'trolls' are being blamed for efforts to dismantle the civil rights legislation
Two firms that won border wall contracts were previously convicted of defrauding the U.S. government9/18/2017
A third company admitted in court filings to subcontracting an undocumented worker
However, activists say the Sabal Trail Pipeline is dangerous and needs to be removed