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Korean Scientists Report Second ‘Kill Step’ for Salmonella in Peanut Butter

American consumers lost their innocence about peanut butter when manufacturers of such well-known brands as Peter Pan, Great Value, King Nut, and Organic Trader Joe’s Salted Valencia all failed to remove the Salmonella contamination from their once-trusted products. Peanuts are grown in fields, along with manure and mud and other materials, so the presence of... Continue Reading

India accuses Google of manipulating search results

The Director General of the CCI last week filed a report based on concerns by a service that organised arranged marriages, as well as Consumer Unity and Trust Society, which is a local non-profit organisation. According to the Competition Commission of India, Google is rigging both search results and sponsored content in favor of those

Auto Sales Still Scorching - 'Car' Sales Still Aren't

Car companies reported August sales today and everyone is generally happy, as the engine that drives both the U.S. manufacturing and retailing sectors continues to run near its redline. Consumers and businesses snapped up new vehicles at an annual rate of about 17.5 million in August, maintaining near-historic buying levels. Buried [...]

Tesla’s Business Model Highlights What The Shift To Electric Means For The Auto Industry

If ’s goal with Tesla Motors was just to make the best electric car ever, he has already achieved it with the all-wheel drive version of the Tesla Model S P85D. According to Consumer Reports, this model is so good that it redefined their ratings system.  So what now? Given that Tesla has the best car, […]

Facebook Beats Pinterest as Foodies' Go-to Social Platform

Pinterest gets a lot of buzz as the popular place to share recipes, but Facebook is still the No. 1 social platform for food lovers, according to a new study from Sopexa. The agency's report polled foodies—defined as online consumers who repeatedly look up food content—in six countries: The U.S., Germany, France, the U.K., Japan and China. Show More Summary

Yet Another Reason to Not Eat Whale Meat

We talk a lot about the environmental impacts of Japan’s whaling industry, but a new report is shining a light on another, potentially devastating effect: the dangerously high levels of contaminants in the whale meat consumed in Japan. Show More Summary

Consumer Reports calls latest Tesla best vehicle they've ever tested, right wing goes nuts

Tesla's new Model S P85D, so good it drives conservatives crazy! Last week, Consumer Reports declared the new $120,000 Tesla Model P85D the best car it has ever reviewed, so good in fact, that it broke its rating system, scoring 103 out of 100. Show More Summary

Bad breath? It’s hard to self-diagnose, but there are several ways to handle it.

yesterdayHealth : The Checkup

Rarely does a patient come for a consultation for a problem with bad breath, notes Marvin M. Lipman, Consumer Reports’ chief medical adviser. But recently, a 64-year-old accountant came into his office for an appointment, continually holding a cupped hand over his mouth as he answered questions about his medical history. Show More Summary

A New Report Says Organic Food Is Basically a Ripoff

All about perceived health. Purchasing organic produce makes consumers feel healthy and fancy and Goop-y, of course, but a new Quartz story serves as a reminder that it's not worth the extra money. (On average, organic food is 47 percent...Show More Summary

Columnist: Consumer Reports ‘Prostituted’ Itself With Tesla Review

Wall Street Journal columnist Holman W. Jenkins (great name) slammed Consumer Reports for its glowing review and better-than-perfect score for the Tesla Model S P85D, in part, because the $127,000 car still qualifies for a government tax break. Show More Summary

Leaks Show Moto 360 (2nd Gen) Press Pics, Supposed Moto 360 “Sport”

Oh the hype is so real right now. IFA kicks off this week in Berlin and we are expecting to be consumed by a new wave of Android Wear smartwatches. Previous reports have suggested that Motorola, Huawei, ASUS, and LG will all unveil new Android Wear products, a couple of which we think we know about. Show More Summary

Bacteria in ground beef dangerous or natural? Depends on point of view, apparently.

Consumer Reports has just done a major report on the safety of ground beef. In its announcement of the report, Consumer Reports says: All 458 pounds of beef we examined contained bacteria that signified fecal contamination (enterococcus and/or nontoxin-producing E. coli)…Almost 20 percent contained C. perfringens, a bacteria that causes almost 1 million cases of […]

Tesla Smashes Consumer Reports Ratings System

The Tesla Model S P85D sedan has officially broken the Consumer Reports Rating System with the electric car performing better in the tests than any other car. Ever. According to Consumer Reports, the Tesla initially scored 103 — but the rating system doesn’t go past 100. So Consumer Reports had to change its scoring. The ratings […]

Tesla’s Newest Car Crashes Consumer Reports’ Rating System

Tesla's Model S P85D sedan just broke the record for the best car ever, according to Consumer Reports. It scored 103 out of 100 possible points. This Tesla can accelerate from zero to 60 miles per hour in 3.1 seconds on “insane” mode. If that’s not fast enough for you, you can buy the $10,000 ludicrous mode upgrade that shaves the zero-to-60 down to 2.8 seconds.

Tesla Model S P85D rocks so hard it broke Consumer Ratings’ ratings system

The Tesla Model S P85D is so incredible, that it scored a 103 out of 100 in the most recent Consumer Reports testing. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

Tesla, Consumer Reports And Another Moment For The Elites

There was something vaguely unsettling in how Consumer Reports this week crowed that the new Tesla Model S P85D is so good that it "broke" the magazine's vaunted vehicle-rating system, on which millions of Americans depend for what they believe are the most honest and untainted automotive  evaluations that they can find. And then [...]

Tesla Model S P85D Breaks Consumer Report Record Scoring 103 Out Of 100 Points, Forces Rating System Recalibration

The new Tesla Model S P85D has set a new Consumer Reports record scoring 103 out of 100 points. Tesla beat itself for the record as the previous high score was set by the Tesla Model S electric sedan with a score of 99. Consumer Reports notes that the car set a “new benchmark” and... Show More Summary

Securities Fraud as a Form of Elder Abuse

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Zamansky

Senior citizens need to be particularly careful when choosing who to trust to manage their retirement accounts and other financial assets. Even with many seniors choosing not to report mismanagement and scams, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that elderly individuals lost as much as $2.9 billion to financial exploitation in 2010. Show More Summary

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