A San Clemente-based company is recalling packages of organic cacoa nib snack food sold in California because of possible bacterial contamination, the firm said Sunday.
The breach at a third-party vendor that processes transactions for Visa and MasterCard may affect primarily merchant customers.
CBS2’s Sandra Mitchell reports on a hidden camera investigation into the popular department store chain Kohl’s. The report found that over and over again items were marked up with stickers covering lower prices underneath before they went on sale.
Nearly 434,000 Edison customers lost power after winds gusting at up to nearly 100 miles per hour lashed the region Nov. 30.
An annual report released Tuesday by the US Public Interest Research Group identified more than a dozen toys that violate federal safety standards for lead, chemicals and choking hazards.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County fell Sunday for the 10th consecutive day, dropping 1.1 cents to $3.784.
Apple has announced a replacement program for first generation iPod nanos due to a possible safety risk.
The latest Consumer Price Index figures from the government show that number is slightly higher than the national rate.
You’re seated on a flight to NY and you paid $450 for the ride. The woman sitting next to you could have paid half that…and it might have come down to a simple equation…when you bought the ticket.
The unanimous ruling upheld the right of citizens to sue local governments for collecting allegedly illegal taxes.
Consumers who get turned down for poor credit are now entitled to see their credit reports, as well as their scores, for free.
The price of pork is giving many consumers sticker shock at the supermarket, where bacon prices alone have jumped at least 30 percent in recent weeks.
99-Cents Only and other stores are seeing their sales decline after years of growth — and one analyst said on Monday it’s another sign of even deeper downturn.
A Westside consumer advocate group isn’t laughing as it calls on the world’s most popular social networking website to stop issuing “funny money”.
I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: this stuff writes itself.