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Philadelphia Joins Suits Against Ford Police Cars

The city of Philadelphia is the latest to file suit against Ford Motor Co.

Philadelphia is suing Ford Motor Co. demanding the automaker to fix the fuel tank behind the rear axle in the Crown Victoria police cars to prevent damages...

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Wal-Mart Settles Consumer Class Action for $7 Million

Agrees to Improve Pricing of Individual Items

Wal-Mart Settles Consumer Class Action for $7 Million...

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California Steps Up Nursing Home Oversight

California Steps Up Nursing Home Oversight...

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Equity Residential Case Certified as Class Action

Suit charges Equity violated Florida law by charging penalties for early lease termination

A class action lawsuit against Equity Residential, the largest owner of apartment buildings in the United States, has been certified as a class action by a...

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FTC Hits "Business Opportunity" Scams - Internet Treasure Chest and Others

Supposed "opportunities" amounted mostly to an opportunity to throw money away

FTC Hits Business Opportunity Scams - Internet Treasure Chest and Vending Machine Deals...

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Browning Recalls Flashlight Batteries

Browning Recalls Flashlight Batteries...

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Britax Recalls Husky Child Restraints

Britax Recalls Husky Child Restraints...

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Tax Anticipation Loans Victimize Cash-Strapped Consumers

Tax Anticipation Loans Victimize Cash-Strapped Consumers...

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FTC Opens Hotline for Epixtar Victims

Hotline will advise consumers on what steps to take

FTC Opens Hotline for Epixtar Victims...

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CMS Settles Federal Charges for $23 Million

Company provided merchants with credit card payment services

The FTC has accepted $23.5 million to settle charges that Certified Merchant Services (CMS) violated the FTC Act while providing merchants with credit-card...

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Ol Man Treestands Recall

Ol Man Treestands Recall...

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Nissan Sentra Recall Announced

Nissan Sentra Recall Announced...

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20th Anniversary of AT&T Breakup

It was 20 years ago that AT&T crossed paths with Judge Greene

It was 20 years ago that AT&T, the once-mighty "Ma Bell," was broken up on the order of Judge Harold H. Greene of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D....

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