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These are the most reliable cars in America

These are the ten most reliable cars available in America according to Consumer Reports. Most of the cars are from Japan, and only one is from the US. Continue reading These are the most reliable cars in America These are the most reliable cars in America originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 03 Dec 2016 12:45:00 EST. Show More Summary

Tesla will never have to worry about selling cars (TSLA)

Consumer Reports just handed down a not-very-good review of the Tesla Model X, calling the all-electric SUV that launched last year "more showy than practical." On balance, Consumer Reports appreciated the Model X for its speed and handling,...Show More Summary

Faraday Future could crumble ‘if CES goes badly’, Lucid ramps up

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

If new reports are to be believed, next month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas could be the make-or-break moment for electric vehicle startup Faraday Future. Having revealed nothing more to-date than a sleek futuristic concept, the company has already been declared by some on social media to be a questionable prospect. The company launched […]

Bagged Salads and Higher Risk for Salmonella?

Researchers studying bagged salad leaves report that the juices released from damaged salad leaves can grow and spread Salmonella bacteria. Salmonella can cause food poisoning in consumers and may be particularly harmful to the very young, old, and those with compromised immune systems. This study was led by researchers at the University of Leicester in […]

Random iPhone 6s shutdowns due to faulty battery component, Apple says

2 days agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

A problem with iPhone 6s products randomly shutting down comes from a battery flaw found in a small number of models, according to Apple. After a Chinese consumer watchdog group reported the issue, Apple is offering a fix free of charge...Show More Summary

Germany detects H5N1 bird flu on poultry farm in Brandenburg

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany reported a first case of the contagious bird flu strain H5N1 on Friday on a small poultry farm in the northeastern state of Brandenburg, the state's consumer protection ministry said.

Safety tests of 400 fake Apple chargers bought online reveal that 99% are dangerous

A large-scale test of 400 fake Apple chargers bought online from eight different countries – including the USA – found that a staggering 99% failed safety tests. The BBC reports that the tests were commissioned by UK consumer protection...Show More Summary

PlayStation 4 Continues to Lead in Sales Over Xbox With Cyber Monday Numbers

Data-tracking firm Adobe Digital Insights has reported that the PlayStation 4 was the big winner on Cyber Monday. Not only did Sony's console outpace the Xbox One, but it was also the best-selling consumer electronics in online sales. A...Show More Summary

Apple scaling back iPhone 7 production as early demand fades - report

Apple is cutting down on iPhone 7 orders from suppliers as the initial wave of consumer demand subsides, a report claimed on Thursday.

The Tennessee Wildfires Are So Hot They're Melting Car Wheels

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The Knoxville News Sentinel is reporting that some 14,000 people have been displaced by fire raging around Gatlinburg, Tennessee, which has consumed over 15,000 acres of the Great Smoky Mountains. As of this writing seven lives have already been lost, and to give you an idea of how hot it’s burning out there, these… Read more...

How Russia, OPEC May Have Just Driven Up Gas Prices

It's a victory for international agreement, but not for consumers: OPEC nations and Russia have managed to overcome their differences because of their common desire to drive up oil prices, Reuters reports. They have agreed on their first joint output cut since 2001, a move that sent the price of...

Fed reports modest growth around nation in new survey

The Federal Reserve reports that the U.S. economy grew at a modest rate this fall, with solid gains in consumer spending helping offset lingering weakness in exports. The Fed's survey … Click to Continue »

Amnesty International Slams Colgate, Nestlé and Unilever For Palm Oil Supply Chain Abuses

Shutterstock Today Amnesty International has published a damning new report into the practices of major consumer goods multinationals. The human rights NGO unpicks the palm oil supply chain and finds evidence of forced labor, child employmentand dangerous working conditions within the palm oil supply chain. Although the company primarily under investigation is [...]

Kaby Lake suitable for MacBook Pro said to debut at January's Consumer Electronics Show

According to reports out of the Chinese supply chain, Intel is gearing up to announce and release the H-series Kaby Lake processor, suitable for use in laptops like the MacBook Pro.

Three powerful companies that make consumers hopping mad

The most complained-about financial companies aren't banks or credit card companies. They're credit reporting agencies — and by a wide margin. In fact, the big three credit agencies topped the latest Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) monthly report. Show More Summary

Startups that deliver healthy recipe kits to your front door are carving away at supermarket revenues

Companies that deliver recipe kits straight to people's front doors are gaining traction among UK consumers, according to a report published this week by analytics firm Cardlytics. Cardlytics found that spending on meal kit services,...Show More Summary

Consumer Reports isn't all that crazy about Tesla's Model X SUV (TSLA)

We probably should have seen this one coming. Consumer Reports initially loved the Tesla Model S — so much that it broke the magazine's rating scale in 2015, leading the P85D version to be declared the best-performing vehicle ever tested. But...Show More Summary

Trump win triggers consumer confidence?

5 days agoNews : The Newsroom

In the third quarter, personal consumption rose 2.8 percent, better than the 2.1 percent previously reported.

Conference Board: Consumer Confidence Rose to Its Highest Level since July 2007

Consumer confidence soared in November to its highest level since July 2007, according to the Conference Board, bouncing back from a pre-election lull in the October report. The Consumer Confidence...

U.S. economy grew at 3.2 percent in third quarter

The U.S. economy in the third quarter grew at the fastest pace in two years, with a revised report showing stronger consumer spending than first estimated. The gross domestic product, … Click to Continue »

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