(Reuters) - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has launched an investigation into whether Morningstar Inc violated a state consumer-protection law through its evaluations of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, his office told Reuters ...
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A group of lawmakers have forwarded correspondence to U.S. Bank officials, noting they are seeking information about the bank using consumer data to open unauthorized bank accounts. © Shutterstock. Sherrod Brown. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, ...
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Daily Harvest has issued a recall on its lentil crumbles after consumer reports of health issues. Its response has been met with criticism.
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Consumer expectations for prices to continue rising over the next year increased to the highest level on record, according to the latest Survey of Consumer Expectations from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, released on Monday.
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Walorski, 58, had served in Congress since 2013 and was known for her conservative stances on social issues.
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The Dodge Challenger and Charger have had a lasting impact on the landscape of modern muscle cars. From the rebirth of both namesakes to the outrageous wheelie-prone, 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, the duo leaves little to be desired for ...
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It seems obvious that Dodge was always going to have a problem selling the idea of electric vehicles to its core group of enthusiasts. Case in point? TikTok.
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Dodge claims its new Charger Daytona SRT Concept electric car "sounds like a Dodge". Make up your own mind with this new video.
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A Seattle CEO who announced in 2015 that he was giving himself a drastic pay cut to help cover the cost of big raises for his employees has announced his resignation. Dan Price, the embattled CEO of credit card processing company Gravity Payments, ...
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Applied Materials Inc., the biggest maker of machinery used to manufacture semiconductors, gave an upbeat sales forecast for the current period, saying it can weather the economic slowdown afflicting the industry. Revenue will be about $6.65 billion in ...
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