Rental theft laws mean that missing payments without returning the item can become a criminal offense.
Pet owners are getting messages from a fraudster saying, “Hey I have your dog.”
Can Native American tribes offer expensive online loans across America outside of federal oversight? Newly-seated justice Neil Gorsuch could play a major role in deciding.
The ride-sharing giant defended a clause in its user agreement that prohibits riders from filing class action lawsuits.
It took seven million hours of labor to build the Empire State Building.
Restaurants with low ratings on Yelp are more likely to close in cities with a rising minimum wage, researchers found.
Footage of a man being dragged off a flight sent United’s consumer perception levels plummeting this week, according to a YouGov survey.
A survey found that 44% of people had a more favorable view of Pepsi after watching the ad and 28% said it made them see Kendall Jenner more favorably.
The Federal Communications Commission chairman voted against a proposal to allow airplane passengers to connect using their own wireless carriers.
We haven’t had this much credit card debt since 2008.
Pepsi’s terrible ad raised eyebrows even in an industry that believes there’s no such thing as bad publicity.
More than $70 million may be eligible for refunds to consumers whose children made unauthorized in-app game purchases.
China’s Alibaba runs the world’s largest online marketplace. As it expands in the US, small businesses say their products are being counterfeited at an industrial scale.
One of four companies contracted by the IRS to collect old tax debts is currently being sued by the government for misleading student loan borrowers.
A number of environmentally focused corporations say they’ll keep fighting climate change, whether or not the government sets carbon pollution standards.
The world’s busiest international airline is loading people’s laptops into boxes at the departure gate. Security experts say it could become standard across the world.
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.
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