Feb. 11, 2016—Mark LaNeve, who is the vice president of U.S. marketing, sales and service at Ford Motor, tells Consumers Digest that the four new SUVs that the automaker will produce in the next 4 years will be designed to supply consumer demand for size and capability that Ford’s Escape, Explorer, Edge and Flex don’t.
Jan. 6, 2016—Not to be outdone by LG Electronics’ announcement of a refrigerator that opens by itself, Samsung Electronics introduced a refrigerator that shows you what’s inside, even when you’re away from home.
Dec. 17, 2015—Commercial flights to Cuba now are one step closer to reality, but more work has to be done before flying to the Caribbean island nation is like flying to any other Caribbean destination.
Nov. 18, 2015—The circle is complete: In 2016, American Airlines will move its frequent-flier program to one that’s based on the amount of money that you spend, not the number of miles that you travel.
May 28, 2015—Ashworth College settled Federal Trade Commission charges that it misrepresented to students that they would receive the necessary training and credentials to switch careers or get a new job and that the course credits that students earned would transfer to other schools.
Feb. 27, 2015—The company says its EXi Series lawnmower engine has improved air cleaner seals and operates at cooler temperatures than previous engines do. As a result, it never has to have its oil changed as long as consumers add oil as necessary.
Oct. 27, 2014—Toro says the TimeCutter SW Series will be available in January 2015 and the price range will be $2,999–$4,500. The ZTRs are Toro’s first that use a steering wheel rather than handlebars to turn on a dime.