Chamber of Commerce’s Big Ties to Big Tobacco Under Fire

You can’t please all of the people all of the time, and if you’re the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that’s…

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Hall of Shame: Experian

As someone who has experienced a (relatively minor) case of identity theft, I can personally attest to how frustrating and…

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JP Morgan Chase Expected to Pay Record Settlement

The story of banking giant JP Morgan Chase’s $13 billion settlement has been in heavy rotation on network and cable…

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Hall of Shame: Johnson & Johnson’s License Suspended

Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is currently under fire as the subject of thousands of lawsuits involving defective products, including…

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Hall of Shame: Chinese Chicken Jerky Dog Treats and the FDA

For years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) has been investigating a possible contamination in chicken jerky dog treats.…

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Hall of Shame: New PayPal User Agreement

Changes have come to PayPal’s user agreement, and of course, the changes are not for the benefit PayPal customers. The…

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Hall of Shame: Illinois Director of Insurance Michael T. McRaith – A Postscript

On December 2, 2010, I commented on the outrageous conduct of Illinois’ Director of Insurance Michael T. McRaith.  He had…

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Dannon To Pay $21 Million for False Claims

Thirty-nine states have filed a lawsuit against Dannon for exaggerating the health benefits of its products. Dannon will pay $21 million…

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Rolls-Royce’s Engine Defect Secrecy

In Indianapolis, Rolls-Royce Corp. concealed reoccurring defects at an aircraft engine plant, and then fired a safety official for reporting…

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Bad Guys Finish Last?

Last week, an online eyeglass retailer found out the bad publicity was good publicity. Vitaly Borker, owner of DecorMyEyes, claims…

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