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Camera Maker's Business Booms Since Ferguson
A company that makes wearable cameras has seen business boom since last month's shooting of a black youth by a white policeman in Ferguson, Missouri.
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Apple Partners With American Express on iPhone Wallet
Apple has reached an agreement with American Express to work together on its new iPhone payments system, sources tell Re/code.
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Plastic Bags Could Get the Sack in California
In much of California, you can't get free plastic bags for your groceries, and if the governor signs a new bill, that'll be true across the state.
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Some Labor Day Deals Aren't Such Steals
While retailers are offering deep discounts on summer inventory like grills and patio furniture, there are fewer bargains to be found with in-season items like fall clothes this Labor Day weekend.
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Big Box Health Care: Checkup for the Price of a Latte?
Wal-Mart is taking an aggressive tack, with in-store branded clinics offering primary health care at a price competitors may find hard to match.
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Coffee Wars: Dunkin Donuts Ups Ante With Dark Roast
Dunkin’ Donuts introduced a dark-roast hot coffee that will be launched nationwide next month.
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McDonald's Says 12 Restaurants Closed by Russia
McDonald's said on Friday that a total of 12 of its branches in Russia have now been temporarily closed over the state food safety regulator's allegations of sanitary violations.
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Consumers Spent Less Last Month, Saved More
Consumer spending unexpectedly fell in July as savings rose to their highest level in more than 1-1/2 years, a sign that households remain cautious.
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Abercrombie Dropping Logo to Boost Brand
The Abercrombie & Fitch logo has lost the power it once wielded, so the struggling teen retailer plans to strip it off.
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Americans Love These Credit Card Companies
American Express and Discover tied for the top spot in the J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Credit Card Satisfaction Study, released on Thursday.
Market Basket Stores Prepare for Return of Former CEO
The New England supermarket chain endured protests and boycotts leading up to the sale of the company to Arthur T. Demoulas for more than $1.5 billion.
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Itsy Bitsy Spiders Lead to Recall of Suzuki Cars
Suzuki recalled about 19,000 Kizashi mid-size sedans in the U.S. because spiders drawn to gasoline vapors weave webs that can block a venting hose.
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H-P Recalls 6 Million Power Cords Over Fire Hazard
Hewlett-Packard is recalling about 6 million computer power cords after 29 reports of the cords melting or charring.
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Traveling Soon? Look Out For These Hotel Fees
A new study finds hotels are adding more and more fees per stay.
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What's Behind the King-Sized Price for Tim Hortons
Burger King Worldwide is paying a royal premium for Canada's Tim Hortons. It will probably take much more than tax loopholes to make the deal pay off.
Uber Denies Wrongdoing in Recruiting Lyft Drivers
Lyft drivers have reportedly been hailed and recruited by Uber "brand ambassadors," The Verge reports.
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Customers Less Satisfied With Automakers: Survey
For the second year in a row, satisfaction with the auto industry is down, according to a new American Customer Satisfaction Index report.
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Toyota Camry Hybrids Get All-Clear to Drive
An eight-month investigation into brake problems with some older Toyota Camry gas-electric hybrids has been closed without a recall.
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California Requires Smartphone 'Kill Switch' for Thefts
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation requiring all smartphones sold in the state to come with a "kill switch" to render them inoperable if stolen.
Bean Bag Chairs Recalled After Two Children Die
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Ace Bayou Corp. are recalling about 2.2 million bean bag chairs following the deaths of two children.
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Retailers' Plans Worry Worker Advocates
Martha C. White
Labor experts worry that big-box retailers' plans to stay open longer and have more cash registers going could come at the expense of workers.
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Hold the Mustard! It's the World's Priciest Hot Dog
Seattle’s Tokyo Dog food truck offering includes toppings such as foie gras, shaved black truffles and caviar
Ice Bucket Challenge Is Now a Halloween Costume
For every costume purchased, $10 of each $39.99 order will go to the ALS Association.
Comedic Customer Complaints Get More Attention
A study forthcoming in the Journal of Consumer Research finds that humorous complaints get more attention.
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