Workout machines and cleaning products were also recalled this week for different safety risks.
The move has forced General Motors Co. to stop selling about 6,300 Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave models until the tires a…
Airlines are paying less for jet fuel, yet customers are paying the same, if not more for plane tickets.
According to security experts, many hacking victims are making it easy for thieves to gain access to their accounts.
Even if you’re on the National Do Not Call Registry, you may still be getting unwanted calls from telemarketers.
A year ago prices were averaging at $3.50 per gallon, more that one dollar higher than they are now.
Garden Lites issued the recall because the products may contain a peanut allergen that is not listed on the label.
Important recalls this week include exercise equipment, crib mattresses, and tealight wax warmers.
Consumers should be aware that those who receive their insurance through Obamacare could be influenced when it comes to tax returns.
According to Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan, hackers are getting more sophisticated and could make a bigger appearance in the new year.
Some Morningstar Farms products are dangerous for individuals with peanut allergies, according to Dr. Michael Fine of the RI Dept. of Health…
January is a great time to get on top of debt and start some good financial habits for the year.
The Better Business Bureau is warning fans that a phenomenal deal on Patriots tickets could potentially turn out to be a big scam.
Under the new proposal, companies would be required to notify customers within 30 days if their personal information has been compromised.
Children’s pajamas and Keurig coffeemakers were also listed among this week’s recalls.
On Thursday Mary Barra, CEO of GM, talked about the road ahead and what consumers can expect going forward.