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Waterproof phone makers put on notice by Consumer watchdog

September 01, 2015

Claims of "waterproof" phones by smartphone makers have been singled out by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission as an area of concern, as consumers continue to complain that their devices stop working after using them in the pool.

Consumer rights activists injured in clash with depot holders

September 01, 2015

Consumer Movement and District RTI Activists Association chairman Satpal Khariwal and two other consumer activists were injured when a group of depot (fair price shop) holders allegedly “attacked” them inside the Food and Civil Supplies office complex here on Monday afternoon.

Cynthia Rapp Joins Fox Consumer Products In Exec Role

September 01, 2015

Cynthia Rapp has joined 20th Century Fox’s Consumer Products division as SVP Global Creative to oversee creative, project management and product development. She will be responsible for leading new projects from inception to launch, reporting to division president Jeffrey Godsick. They will work together to set strategy and creative direction for their brands and develop new brands.

Tesla Model S P85D garnered 103 out of 100 from Consumer Reports

August 31, 2015

Tesla Motors Inc’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) cars just keep getting better and better. The latest milestone is set by the new Tesla Model S P85D as the car was awarded a score of 103 out of 100 by Consumer Reports. The reviewers later later made changes to their scoring system to give it a rating of 100.

Zing grows Consumer and corporate PR portfolio

August 31, 2015

PR agency Zing has has expanded its consumer and corporate PR portfolio with the recent wins of HotelClub.com, Suncorp Life and Diligent.

Consumer reps join Waikato maternity board

August 31, 2015

Three mothers from different backgrounds will now have the chance to offer an insight into what pregnant women expect from maternity services in the Waikato.

Tesla, Consumer Reports And Another Moment For The Elites

August 31, 2015

There was something vaguely unsettling in how Consumer Reports this week crowed that the new Tesla Model S P85D is so good that it “broke” the magazine’s vaunted vehicle-rating system, on which millions of Americans depend for what they believe are the most honest and untainted automotive evaluations that they can find.

Consumer Reports Tests Best Budget Appliances

August 28, 2015

Whether you've got a college student living off-campus this fall or you're a recent grad settling into a first apartment, chances are you need to stock it with the comforts of home.

Godrej Consumer Products: falling commodities vs currency volatility

August 28, 2015

The slump in equities spared few stocks and Godrej Consumer Products Ltd was no exception. Its share has declined 9.4% since early August. On Thursday, when the broad market recovered, the stock did jump intraday, but closed with a mere 0.8% increase. The BSE FMCG index did better with a 1.9% gain.

Consumer Rights Act will boost trust in digital content

August 28, 2015

The Consumer Rights Act, which comes into force on 1 October, will provide increased statutory protection to purchasers of digital content – which is a new classification of product – and could draw more custom away from the high street.

Tesla’s Model S P85D Is So Good It Broke Consumer Reports’ Rating System

August 28, 2015

How good is Tesla’s Model S P85D? Insanely good, says Consumer Reports, with the electric sedan performing better than any other car the magazine has reviewed and breaking its rating system in the process.

TDS cannot be deducted on interest, relief: Consumer disputes commission

August 27, 2015

The UT State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, headed by Justice (retd) Sham Sunder has ruled that the judgment debtor cannot deduct TDS on the amount of interest paid to a consumer in compliance with a decree passed by the consumer courts.

Consumer Confidence Numbers Show All Economics Is Local

August 27, 2015

For many years, the consensus view among economists and other business and policy experts has been that global economic interconnectedness is a strong and growing force. Recent data on levels of consumer confidence around the world as captured in Nielsen’s latest survey suggest otherwise.

China slowdown belies Consumer market Health

August 27, 2015

Growing evidence of China’s economic difficulties and the ensuing stock market rout have sent shockwaves around a financially troubled world that has been banking on China to stimulate demand.

Unjust agreement not binding on Consumer

August 26, 2015

An agreement between a service provider and a consumer that is based on unjust and unreasonable terms is not legally binding on the consumer, the Pune district consumer disputes redressal forum held here recently.

Housing, Consumer Confidence Are Bright Spots in U.S. Economy

August 26, 2015

A firming housing market and growing consumer confidence, alongside nearly five years of steady job creation, suggest the U.S. is resilient enough to weather the forces roiling stock prices and hurting commodity-producing countries reliant on China as an export market.

Consumer confidence rebounds in August

August 26, 2015

U.S. consumers were feeling more optimistic about the economy in August, according to a report released Tuesday. (Tweet this)

Consumer Reports tests ground beef for bacteria

August 26, 2015

From burgers to tacos, we eat a lot of ground beef. Last year, Americans bought more than 2 billion pounds of it in supermarkets and big-box stores. But that hamburger you’re grilling could contain harmful bacteria, and unless you cook it thoroughly, it could make you sick.

Consumer goods and travel to cost more on weak rupee

August 25, 2015

The falling rupee does not bode well for consumer goods companies dependent on imports, especially with the upcoming festival season.

Recalls make Americans less satisfied with cars: American Consumer Satisfaction Index

August 25, 2015

Americans are less happy with their cars and trucks than at any time in more than a decade, and it's largely because they're getting sick of dealing with recalls. 
 


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