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Hundreds of Thousands of People Plugged into National Drive Electric Week

Plug-in electric vehicle (EV) sales have jumped 29 percent in the United States in the first several months of 2016 over last year -- and a whopping 49 percent increase globally. Consumer Federation of America just released a reportShow More Summary

Ad blocking usage is up more than 10 percent from last year

Publisher malaise towards ad blockers doesn't seem to have lessened consumer appetites for downloading them. Ad blocking usage jumped 11 percent in the past year, according to a new report from Adobe and anti-ad blocking firm PageFair,...Show More Summary

Virtual reality ads are in high demand — when done right

The digital ad industry's biggest trade group says consumers want to see more commercials they can immerse themselves within — as long as they're done right. A new report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau on Monday pointed to substantial...Show More Summary

Fed expects rate hike -- will economy play ball?

Reports this week feature consumer spending, business investment and new-home sales.        

5 Awesome Takeaways from HubSpot’s State of Inbound 2016 Report

Today’s consumers are much more self-directed in their buying habits, leveraging the internet and mobile technologies to research, review, interact and buy the products and services they need or want. As a result, many brands and marketers are shifting their marketing tactics to join consumers on their buying journey, rather than interrupting their day with [...]Show More Summary

'Treating' Your Car To A Higher-Octane Fuel Is A Waste Of Money, New Report Find

There is no benefit to splurging on premium gasoline in a vehicle designed to run on regular-grade fuel, yet in the last year, over 16 million American drivers wasted more than $2.1 billion dollars doing just that. Those consumers ‘upgrading’...Show More Summary

The 2016 Consumer Expectations Report

The amount of information, choice and technological opportunities that are available today make nearly everyone expect more. It’s no longer enough to put products out on display and expect consumers to buy. To enrich the understanding...Show More Summary

PwC: 5 Forces Shaping the New Health Economy Over the Next 10 Years

The US health industry is undergoing seismic change and consumers are playing a critical role in this transformation, according to PwC. The new report, “Surviving seismic change: Winning a piece of the $5 trillion US health ecosystem,” published...Show More Summary

Here's one overlooked reason why it makes total sense for Salesforce to buy Twitter (CRM, TWTR)

Salesforce is rumored to be one of the parties interested in buying Twitter, according to a CNBC report on Friday. Why in the world would Salesforce, a business software company mostly used by salespeople, be interested in a consumer...Show More Summary

Samsung received '26 false reports' of Note 7 fires

Samsung said it received 'at least' 26 false reports of the Galaxy Note 7 exploding in 15 countries. Samsung Electronics had 26 false reports from consumers alleging that their Galaxy Note 7 caught fire since its recall announcementShow More Summary

France's economy contracts in second quarter

France's economy contracted by 0.1 percent in the second quarter, France's Insee statistics agency. Friday's reporting revises an initial estimate of zero growth, suggesting both consumers and businesses held back spending from April through June.

23andMe is now offering a $99 genetics test again — but it's very different from the original

For those who are interested in learning more about where their family came from using a genetics test, but don't want all the other reports 23andMe offers, the company has a test for that. 23andMe, a consumer genetics company, saidShow More Summary

Consumer group: Yahoo users shouldn't have to read about hack

Security breach at internet company could affect several hundred million customers, reports say

Fair criticism of iPhone 7 camera might not matter to photographers

I was raised by careful shoppers in a home where Consumer Reports magazine was like a second Bible. Cars, a new washer and dryer, and a vacuum cleaner to handle the then-new orange shag carpeting were not purchased without first consulting this venerable institution of objective product testing. Show More Summary

Freddie Mac: Mortgage Rates Extend 13-Week Run

Freddie Mac reports falling mortgage rates. Consumers still have access to rates near all-time lows.

Beyond the Patient Portal: New Report on Improving Consumer Engagement Released

Join author Brian Eastwood October 4th, 2016 at 1pm ET for a free webinar highlighting some of the key findings of this report. He will also be fielding questions from the audience. Register today! For years – before the Affordable … Read more ›

Consumer group Which? claims 12% of Windows 10 upgraders rolled back, half due to issues

We have reported in the past on consumers taking Microsoft to court claiming compensation for issues which they relate to the free Windows 10 upgrade Microsoft offered between June 2015 and July 2016, a push which the Electronic Freedom Foundation  called “trampl(ing) on essential aspects of modern computing: user choice and privacy.” Now in research commissioned […]

What the Seventh Generation Sale to Unilever Means for The Honest Company

The primary suitor reported to be considering a deal to buy Jessica Alba's consumer products company just bought an Honest competitor.

CHOICE Is Investigating HP Printers For Potentially Breaching Australian Consumer Laws

Earlier this week, we reported that HP printers had started rejecting replacement ink cartridges that aren’t manufactured by the vendor. Consumer rights advocacy group CHOICE is now investigating HP for potentially breaching Australian Consumer Laws. Read on to find out more. More »      

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