Author: Brandon Ballenger
A New Jersey appeals court ruled that people have a responsibility not to text people they have reason to believe are behind the wheel of a moving vehicle.
A plastic grocery bag broke, setting off a chain of events that led to the woman’s death, her husband’s lawsuit says.
Facebook is proposing a policy update that will ensure its right to keep sticking your name and photo next to advertisements sent to your friends without compensating you.
Some nontraditional lenders use your history on social networks and online payment sites to determine creditworthiness. Is that better or worse than the way credit scores usually work?
While some businesses have complained about the requirements of health care reform and threatened to scale back full-time workers to part time, Starbucks made a point of saying it won’t.
Students paid anywhere from $1,495 to $35,000 for lessons, and didn’t get what they expected, the New York Attorney General’s Office claims.
An abandoned car was reportedly ticketed 678 times over 3 years without ever being towed.