“The Internet gives remarkable power to consumers but it affords even greater power to corporate interests, which is why it's essential to have sites like ConsumerAffairs.com to give consumers a voice and dig out information that's useful and illuminating to them.”
A veteran Associated Press newsman, Limbach worked for more than 33 years in AP's Washington broadcast news center. He has covered Space Shuttle launches, Presidential elections, business and consumer news and medical stories.
Before joining AP, Limbach was news director of WAVA-AM/FM when it was one of three all-news radio stations in the then-hotly competitive D.C. radio market.
He and his wife live in the D.C. suburb of Prince William County, Virginia, and have several grown children. James volunteers regularly in soup kitchens, food pantries and other social services that provide aid and comfort to the downtrodden.