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Restaurant Realizes Maybe It Shouldn’t Force Servers To Pay Credit Card Fees Out Of Tips

Earlier this month we told you about the Minnesota restaurant owners who decided the best way to offset increases to the state’s minimum wage was to deduct credit card transaction fees from servers’ tips. While it’s legal for businesses to do this, a poll of Consumerist readers found that 91%..
The Consumerist 14 hours ago

 
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DOJ Finally Confirms Record-Setting $16.65B Settlement With Bank Of America

More than two weeks after it was first reported that the Justice Dept. and Bank of America were coming to terms on a record-setting deal worth nearly $17 billion, the two parties have finally confirmed the details of a settlement that will resolve multiple federal and state claims involving the..
The Consumerist 16 hours ago

 
LABOR »
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Labor Day Weekend Travel Expected To Finally Hit Pre-Recession Levels

Labor Day weekend kicks off in August this year, and fuel prices are lower than usual. So the folks at AAA say it’s bound to be a busy, crowded weekend on the road and in the air. The latest predictions put Labor Day travel at the highest it’s been since the recession began in 2008, with nearly..
The Consumerist 13 hours ago

 
RESTAURANT »
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Asian Restaurant Would Really Like Its 800-Pound Wok Back

If someone tries to sell you an 800-pound wok, the police in Wichita, Kansas would like to hear about it. The Associated Press reports that earlier this week, the massive piece of cookware was stolen from the Bamboo Express Asian Cuisine restaurant while it was sitting outside. Moving the wok most..
The Consumerist 13 hours ago

 
COMCAST »
4 Reasons Consumers Union Has Asked The FCC To Block The Comcast/TWC Merger
The full regulatory approval process for the Comcast/TWC merger has months left to go, but we’re getting down to the wire on one part of it: the deadline for public comments is Monday. Our colleagues down the hall at Consumers Union, the advocacy arm of Consumer Reports, have now officially asked..
The Consumerist 9 hours ago

 
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Sears Continues Retail Death Spiral, Still Sells A Few Useful Things
For the ninth quarter in a row, Sears Holdings Corporation has lost money. Even as the company closes stores, rents out remaining stores, and tries desperate moves like opening early on Thanksgiving Day and making fun of itself in its own ads, the company continues to sell itself for parts in a sad..
The Consumerist 13 hours ago

 
DOLLAR GENERAL »
Family Dollar Says “No Thanks” To Deep-Pocketed Suitor Dollar General’s Takeover Attempt
Well, we didn’t exactly see this one coming: Family Dollar has rejected the advances of potential suitor Dollar General and its $9.7 billion bid to buy the smaller dollar store.

The New York Times reports that officials with Family Dollar cited “significant antirust issues” related..
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Safety alert: protect your child from unsafe car seats
As families hit the road to enjoy Bank Holiday, Which? is reminding parents of the dangers of using backless booster car seats.
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