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Videocon eyes $4 billion turnover from Consumer electronics in 4 years

November 10, 2015

Homegrown diversified firm Videocon is aiming at an annual turnover of USD 4 billion (around Rs 26,000 crore) in the next four years from consumer electronics division on the back of product launches and exports growth.

U.S. Consumer credit up a record $28.9B in September

November 09, 2015

U.S. consumer borrowing jumped by a record amount in September, driven higher by big gains in borrowing for auto and student loans.

Ghosts of crashes past still haunt this Consumer Christmas

November 09, 2015

Britain’s retailers are hanging out the tinsel and looking forward to a bumper Christmas, with unemployment down, living standards finally climbing and house prices on the rise. But if everything is set fair for a festive blowout, why does the Bank of England still think it’s too soon to raise interest rates?

China and India driving $3T Consumer electronics boom, smart home devices growing fastest

November 06, 2015

Populous countries in Asia Pacific — most notably China and India — are leading a nearly-$3 trillion boom in the consumer electronics market between now and 2020, with smart home devices growing the fastest of any segment, according to a new report out Thursday by Future Market Insights.

Consumer Reports says Tesla auto brake, not autopilot, saves the day

November 06, 2015

Consumer Reports wants to set the record straight: Autobrake, a feature that Tesla Motors Inc. cars have had for a while now, is what prevented an ugly crash from happening, not the company’s recently upgraded autopilot features.

Iran bans US Consumer goods: minister

November 06, 2015

Iran is banning the entry of US consumer goods, the commerce and industry minister said Thursday, as the country prepares for a lifting of economic sanctions.

Consumer Reports explains how to make wise decisions when financing your next car

November 05, 2015

Car sales are up, and Americans now have $1 trillion in outstanding car loans and leases.

UPDATE 1-Thai stimulus lifts Consumer mood for first time in nearly a year

November 05, 2015

Thai consumer confidence rose for the first time in 10 months, a university survey showed on Thursday, boosted by stimulus measures from the military government as it tries to revive the economy.

Consumer advocates fight unexpected out-of-network medical bills

November 05, 2015

A third of all US patients report receiving surprise medical bills that they had thought would be covered by their insurance because of uncontracted workers providing care. Consumer advocacy groups are now fighting what they see as a fraudulent practice.

Okta Platform gets social login integration to attract Consumer-facing businesses

November 04, 2015

Okta wants developers to forget writing their own identity system for new apps and instead use its Platform as a white-label authentication system for whatever they're building. On Tuesday, it announced new functionality that should make that idea more appealing for businesses that deliver services to consumers.

Consumer durables industry eyes 50% increase in sales

November 04, 2015

Encouraged by the improving buyer sentiment, consumer durable firms are eyeing up to 50 per cent increase in sales this festive season. The period around Diwali is traditionally considered to be the biggest buying period, and contributes about 30 per cent to the industry’s annual sales.

As China’s Economy Slows, Consumers Pick Up Some of the Slack

November 04, 2015

China’s economic slowdown has pummeled global suppliers of raw materials and industrial equipment, but business has remained surprisingly brisk for companies that cater to the country’s growing upper-middle class.

EU to publish guidelines on the Consumer labeling of settlement products

November 03, 2015

The European Union is expected to publish in the next few weeks its long anticipated guidelines on the consumer labeling of Israeli products produced over the pre-1967 lines – in east Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Golan Heights.

Consumer advocates attack DWP overbilling settlement

November 03, 2015

Los Angeles customers overcharged by the Department of Water and Power's flawed new billing system would be ill-served by a $44 million settlement on their behalf,  a consumer advocacy group said Monday.

American Consumers Feel Great. Europeans, Not So Much

November 03, 2015

U.S. consumers are feeling pretty good about the economy. So are the Chinese. But Europeans are anxious in the wake of a migrant crisis, a new report from Nielsen shows.

US Consumer spending records weakest gain in 8 months

November 01, 2015

Consumer spending in September posted the smallest gain in eight months, a sign that shoppers grew cautious at the end of the third quarter.

Christmas shoppers reminded of Consumer rights

November 01, 2015

Tablets and laptops, women's clothing and toys draw the most complaints from Christmas shoppers who are unhappy with their purchases, according to analysis by Citizens Advice.

West Australian Consumers warned not to deal with tradesman Mark Straw

November 01, 2015

A tradesman who is accused of repeatedly treating customers and authorities with contempt is continuing to rip-off West Australian consumers, authorities say.

US growth slows despite rise in Consumer spending

October 29, 2015

Growth in the US economy slowed sharply in the third quarter, but American consumers continued to spend at a robust pace, suggesting the expansion remains on track.

Consumer confidence slips to four-month low - GfK

October 29, 2015

British consumer morale slipped to its lowest in four months in October, a survey showed on Friday, adding to signs that domestically driven growth is continuing to ease in the final three months of the year.


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