If you sue your bank, you may be required to pay the bank’s legal fees — even if you win.
The cable giant wins its second Golden Poo award, beating out Monsanto to be named the worst company in America in the Consumerist’s annual poll.
Pepsi plans to use sugar, instead of high fructose corn syrup, in three sodas this summer.
There are times when it makes sense to turn down connection requests on LinkedIn.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered BofA to pay fines and refund customers to settle claims that it cheated people with its marketing and billing practices for credit card add-on services.
The private sector has recovered all of the jobs lost in the recession, but it’s not cause for great celebration.
The automaker is under fire for a faulty ignition switch that is linked to several deadly crashes. What do consumers need to know?