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Express Scripts Extortion Scheme Widens

Company claims hacker wants money for personal information

An ongoing investigation into the breach of personal medical records held by pharmacy benefits manager Express Scripts took a new turn yesterday....

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John Deere Recalls Compact Tractors

John Deere Recalls Compact Tractors...

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Toyota Recalls Floor Mats in Camry, Avalon, Prius, Tacoma, Tundra Models

Mats can slip forward and cause runaway acceleration

Toyota Recalls Floor Mats in Camry, Avalon, Prius, Tacoma, Tundra Models...

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NUTRO Pulls Some Puppy Food from Shelves

Workers hard hat was sucked into machinery, company rep says

NUTRO Pulls Some Puppy Food from Shelves...

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Cemetery Operator Sentenced For Stealing Funeral Funds

Defendant accused of "stealing from the dead"

Cemetery Operator Sentenced For Stealing Funeral Funds...

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Fat Chance: A Simple Approach to Weight Loss

What your grandmother could have told you about losing weight

Fat Chance: A Simple Approach to Weight Loss. Including information on the roots of the problem, burning it off, diets galore, core mission and a modest pr...

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DIRECTV Takes Disputes Fees Out of Customer Accounts, Suit Charges

Suit seeks to stop further collections until matter is litigated

DIRECTV Takes Disputes Fees Out of Customer Accounts, Suit Charges...

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Lawmakers Propose Faster Adoption Of New Credit Card Rules

Consumers hit with rate hikes, account changes, over summer

Lawmakers Propose Faster Adoption Of New Credit Card Rules...

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Delaware To Reward Electric Car Drivers

New state law provides incentives to go electric

A newly signed law makes Delaware the first entity in the world to reward owners of electric cars with vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology for plugging in....

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140 Conference Takes On Everything Twitter

Much talk, many tweets about the microblogging phenom

The event attracted a mix of celebrities, techies, and those weird hybrids who are "Internet famous," yet could pass the average person on the street witho...

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Fed Sees Recovering Economy

Policymakers not concerned about inflation -- yet

Fed Sees Recovering Economy: The Federal Reserve ended two days of meetings with a mostly upbeat message; the economy, it says, appears on the road to reco...

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Nissan Settles GT-R Class Action

Suit alleged defects in supercar led to transmission failure

Nissan Settles GT-R Class Action...

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Bank of America, Chase Rush to Cut Fees as Congress Gets Restless

Consumer anger forcing Congress to get tough on high bank fees, charges

Bank of America, Chase Rush to Cut Fees as Congress Gets Restless...

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Big Lots Recalls Wooden Bunk Beds

Big Lots Recalls Wooden Bunk Beds...

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Home Health Aide Shortage Looms, Experts Warn

Job more dangerous than mining coal

As the baby boom generation ages, many will do so at home, rather than an institution. But that requires someone to be on hand to provide needed care....

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New Scam Targets Veterans

Callers falsely claim VA has changed procedures

New Scam Targets Veterans...

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Feds Charge Two In ATM Ponzi Scheme

Investors ponied up $80 million for allegedly bogus company

Feds Charge Two In ATM Ponzi Scheme...

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Bulls Eye On Bank Overdraft Charges

Charges produce billions in bank profits

Bulls Eye On Bank Overdraft Charges...

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FCC Chairman Proposes New Net Neutrality Rules

Additional principles would guarantee equal access, transparency

FCC Chairman Proposes New Net Neutrality Rules...

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Time Running Out On First-Time Homebuyers' Credit

Make sure you plan to live in the house three years

Time Running Out On First-Time Homebuyers' Credit...

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Dannon Settles Activia Suit

Ads overstated yogurt's effect on digestive health

Dannon has settled a massive consumer class action alleging that ads for certain brands of its yogurt overstate their claimed health benefits....

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Report Finds Toxins Common in Products for Children, Pets

Car seats, backpacks, pet toys contaminated with lead, PVC, arsenic, other toxins

Report Finds Toxins Common in Products for Children, Pets...

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Florida Sues To Stop Travel Scam

Victims told club membership provided free travel

Florida Sues To Stop Travel Scam...

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Levaquin Manufacturer Hit With Three More Suits

Claims allege permanent tendon damage

Levaquin Manufacturer Hit With Three More Suits...

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prepaid Debit Card Vs. Big Bank

Debit card can offer lower cost, prevent steep overdraft fees

prepaid Debit Card Vs. Big Bank...

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Dell To Pay New York $4 Million In Fraud Charges Settlement

Court finds Dell used "bait and switch" advertising tricks

Dell To Pay New York $4 Million In Fraud Charges Settlement...

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Senate Studies Cell Phone Cancer Risks

New international report lists '15 reasons for concern'

Senate Studies Cell Phone Cancer Risks...

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Craigslist Scammer Using Fake Wisconsin Department Of Revenue Checks

At least one "purchaser" used checks to pay for items sold through Craigslist

Craigslist Scammer Using Fake Wisconsin Department Of Revenue Checks...

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Google Books Settlement Facing Scrutiny

Concerns center on possible monopoly, invasion of privacy

Google Books Settlement Facing Scrutiny...

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August Foreclosures Up 18 Percent Over 2008

Most activity still centered in a few states

August Foreclosures Up 18 Percent Over 2008...

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California Kaiser Permanente Lawsuit Dismissed

Plaintiff failed to pursue other options before suing, judge said

In her decision, Judge Maxine Chesney said that lead plaintiff Nicole Glaus failed to sufficiently pursue administrative remedies before filing the lawsuit...

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SRAM Recalls Bicycle Chains, Links

SRAM Recalls Bicycle Chains, Links...

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Victims of Government: Asthma Patients' Lives Shattered by 'Green' Inhalers

Previously healthy asthma sufferers wind up disabled -- and worse

Victims of Government: Asthma Patients' Lives Shattered by 'Green' Inhalers...

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7 Signs It's A Scam

Clueless scammer targers Ohio Attorney General

Most experienced Internet users have learned to spot the scams in their email inboxes, but a surprising number of people each year fall for the most seemin...

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Congress Urged To Enact Consumer Privacy Guarantees

Concerns raised about behavioral tracking

Congress Urged To Enact Consumer Privacy Guarantees...

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Florida Sues Systemax Over Rebate Policies

Tigerdirect consumers claim almost impossible to receive rebates

Florida Sues Systemax Over Rebate Policies...

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Taylor Bean-Linked Platinum Bank Fails

Five banks seized over the weekend

Taylor Bean-Linked Platinum Bank Fails...

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New Jersey Firm Pays $7.2 Million In Ponzi Scheme

Investors' money wasn't invested

New Jersey Firm Pays $7.2 Million InPonzi Scheme...

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Southwest To Sell Early Boarding For $10

But the rest still have to scramble for seats

Southwest To Sell Early Boarding For $10...

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Lawsuit Accuses Denny's of Sodium Overload

Illinois man claims health consequences from too many omelets

Lawsuit Accuses Denny's of Sodium Overload...

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California Fires Bring Out The Scammers Again

Some so-called relief agencies are anything but

California Fires Bring Out TheScammers Again...

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Pfizer Pays Record $2.3 Billion Settlement Over Illegal Marketing Charges

Company accused of misleading customers on Bextra branding

Company accused of misleading customers on Bextra branding...

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Cash4Gold Sues Consumerist.com Over Investigation

Gold buyer already engaged in lawsuit with former employees

Cash4Gold, which bills itself as the "World's #1 Gold Buyer," recently sued Consumerist.com by appending the consumer-focused website to existing lawsuits ...

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