One of the country’s largest cheesemakers has recalled seven sliced and shredded cheese products over listeria concerns.
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PetSmart has issued a voluntary recall of its house brand canned dog food over metal contamination concerns.
Arby's Restaurant Group is investigating a data breach that may have compromised hundreds of thousands of consumer accounts.
A judge in Washington state has ordered the makers of 5-hour ENERGY® to pay $4.3. million in penalties and fees for misleading consumers with deceptive advertising.
Electronics maker Vizio has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle complaints that it monitored consumers’ TV viewing habits without their knowledge or consent.
Evanger’s Dog & Cat Food Co. has issued a voluntary recall of some of its dog food after a drug that is used to put down pets was discovered in it.
A new study finds that a record number of Americans were victims of identity theft in 2016. According to the 2017 Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research, 15.4 million Americans were victims last year – up 16 percent from 2015.
From buying a car to getting a job, your credit score can affect much of your life. But even though Americans can access their credit reports for free every 12 months, most don't. According to a 2015 survey by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, nearly two in three adults haven't reviewed their...
Most consumers know the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act as a way to stop organized crime operations. However, a group of diabetes patients are using the law to sue a handful of pharmaceutical companies for allegedly carrying out a price fixing scheme.
The New York Attorney General’s Office has announced a settlement with DeVry University that will provide $2.25 million in restitution for New York graduates. The settlement also requires the for-profit education company to stop making certain advertising claims and to pay an additional $500,000 in...