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Settlement Requires Company To Pay Fines to States and FCC WASHINGTON, Dec.
First-ever "Map of Great Places to Eat" designed as shortcut to Michelin-recommended dining in New York, San Francisco and Chicago NEW YORK, Dec.
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At the behest of the US Federal Trade Commission, a federal court has ordered a pair of telemarketing firms to be shut down, accusing them of scamming customers out of $120 million by providing bogus technical support.
Consumer Federation of California today called on Uber to fire Senior Vice President Emil Michael, after news reports revealed that Mr. Michael recently suggested at a dinner attended by journalist that the $18 billion corporation should spend a million dollars on an investigation to dig up dirt on reporters who run uncomplimentary news stories.
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