A new report shows that voters’ shopping interests diverge along with their politics.
Three major trade associations expressed frustration over a surprise ban on electronics in flights from major Middle East airports.
The ban will apply to nonstop inbound flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and Africa. “It appears to be a Muslim ban by a thousand cuts,” a former US official said.
Email addresses, phone numbers and product codes were made available on publicly accessible pages.
Osmosis Skincare and Harmonized Water are accused of selling drinkable sunscreen based on “seriously flawed” testing that “recklessly gave consumers hollow assurances that they were protected from known health hazards.”
By recruiting thousands of social media influencers, an LA fashion label has boomed to more than 600 staff in just three years.
Fifty-nine percent of adults said they would boycott a brand if they strongly disagreed with its stance on a particular social issue, according to a YouGov report.
When people asked for repairs to their defective washing machines, they didn’t expect the cable guy to turn up — and they definitely didn’t expect him to try and sell them a pair of wireless headphones.
Customers “think it’s high quality because it’s so good-looking,” said one former employee. “But let’s face the facts. It’s not a high-end furniture brand.”
It was puppy filters and flower crowns galore as the supermodel watched her fiancé add an extra billion to his net wealth
The company says it is “sorry to learn of customers’ experience with the Peggy Collection” and will offer full refunds or replacements for defective couches.
Consumer complaints stretch back years, but the couch was pulled after a scathing essay published by The Awl.
Mark Barnett’s plan: Bomb a bunch of Target stores, then buy the company’s stock in the inevitable crash that follows. Spoiler: it didn’t work.
“The allegations in today’s lawsuit confirm what millions of New Yorkers have long suspected — Spectrum-Time Warner Cable has been ripping you off,” said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Mitzie Perez alleges the bank of discriminated against her by denying a student loan due to her immigration status.
Ikea received 13 reports of incidents worldwide, including six injuries that resulted in fingertip amputations.
A two-year program will test out paying for groceries with food stamps online.
Holiday shoppers return more than 5.8 million packages in the first week of January, according to UPS estimates. But where do these returned items end up?