No, I don’t have any Truck Nutz. I’M NOT AN MP. FAYETTEVILLE — A new study released by the Consumer Reporting Agency has found that military police officers purchase the vast majority of the world’s Truck Nutz, steroids, and penis enlargement pills. Show More Summary
By Charles Ornstein, ProPublica Two new reports from the CDC show the dangers of overprescribing narcotics and antibiotics. Is there a way for doctors and consumers to make better decisions?
By Steven Hansen: Even after the good gains shown for personal consumer income in January 2014, this factor continues to constrain economic expansion. There was a relatively good report issued by the BEA (U.S. Dept. of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis) for January 2014 personal income and expenditures. Show More Summary
A report finds that azodicarbonamide wasn't just in Subway's bread: It's in hundreds of foods. While it has been linked to asthma in factory workers, the additive poses no known risk to consumers.
An interactive map created by AARP provides alerts from state authorities and reports by consumers of their own experiences.
The February employment report was better than expected, with little sign of weather’s icy grip. But the details show a more mixed outlook for labor markets and consumer spending.
American reporters, commentators, and news consumers have largely applauded former RT anchor Liz Wahl for her on-air resignation in protest of the Kremlin-controlled network's "whitewashing" of the Vladimir Putin's actions in Ukraine. But on Friday morning's The View, Barbara Walters insisted Wahl is no hero.
Apple retained its crown as the number one handset manufacturer among consumers in the U.S., while Google's Android operating system remained the number one platform, according to comScore's latest MobiLens and Mobile Metrix reports....Show More Summary
Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Asus has reportedly shelved plans to release a new Transformer tablet that would allow consumers to run both Microsoft's Windows and Google's Android operating systems on the same device after Google voiced opposition to the move.
Industry Canada's Report on Plans and Priorities for 2014-15 includes a notable paragraph on priorities for the digital economy. The report states: In 2014â??15, Industry Canada will deliver the telecommunications consumer commitments included in the 2013 Speech from the Throne. Show More Summary
Android users are putting lipstick on Google’s technological pig. Flurry reports that, more than ever, consumers are using applications that allow them to change Android’s looks, commonly known as “launchers.” Use of these apps almost tripled between the third and fourth quarters of 2013; it more than doubled again between the end of 2013 and the first quarter of...
If you're looking for proof that the MSNBC is in the tank for the Democrats and ObamaCare, you need go no further than to read an article posted on Wednesday by reporter Geoffrey Cowley that states insurance companies can “keep offering...Show More Summary
“Penis pumps cost the U.S. government's Medicare program $172 million between 2006 and 2011, about twice as much as the consumer would have paid at the retail level, according to a government watchdog's report.” — Reuters, “Penis pumps cost U.S. government millions, watchdog cries waste” (1/14/14) I was very young,... More »
Adrianna McIntyre agrees that the optics and legality of allowing consumers to extend old health care policies is dodgy. However, she also thinks that its practical impact is pretty slight: Senior officials reported that some 1.5 million...Show More Summary
Consumers probably were expecting it, but the Android tablet finally outsells the iPad. According to a report by MSN News, over 120 million Android products were sold last year. However, iPad product’s numbers were more than half of Android products at 70 million. Show More Summary
More than 64 million Americans are cut off from access to traditional banking because they lack credit history. To better serve these unbanked consumers financial institutions are relying on the promises of big data brokers to accurately determine the creditworthiness of consumers. Show More Summary
It's still pretty cold out there, and there's plenty of ice and snow about. If you need some ice melt to keep your driveway, sidewalk, or other paved areas clean and slip-free, you have tons of options. Thankfully, Consumer Reports has a breakdown of what you should buy based on temperature, need, and surface. Read more...
In what is becoming an epic embarrassment, the WSJ reports that the Obama administration announced today that consumers can keep insurance plans that don't comply with the federal health law for another two years, pushing a potential firestorm over cancellations and broken promises that "you can keep your health plan". Show More Summary
Is a news trail about a shocking survey of American consumers by Bristol, UK company Vouchercloud still valid if: a) the LA Times reporter who started it all never actually saw the survey?; b) the methodology and margins-of-error for...Show More Summary
Australia chicken meat production is set to continue to grow and maintain its number one position as the most consumed meat in the country, according to the Outlook Report for chicken meat to 2018-19 of the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES).