March 27, 2015—General Motors says the Chevrolet Malibu will get a hybrid version.
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March 27, 2015—Amazon wants consumers to do more than store their images online; it wants them to store anything and everything.
March 26, 2015—Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it’s taking steps that could lead to the regulation of payday lenders.
March 26, 2015—General Motors recalled 2011–2013 Volt vehicles that were manufactured from Aug. 25, 2010, through June 26, 2013.
March 26, 2015—Food and Drug Administration expanded its approval of a medication to treat diabetic retinopathy in patients who have diabetic macular edema.
March 25, 2015—Food and Drug Administration approved a treatment for inhalation anthrax that the federal government has stocked in case of a bacterial attack.
March 25, 2015—Superior Foods recalled Simply Balanced Organic Chopped Spinach, because the product might be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
March 25, 2015—Giant Eagle recalled its Japanese Breaded Cod Fillet, because the product contains soy, which isn’t listed on the ingredient label.
March 25, 2015—Giant Eagle recalled its Little Italy Panini, because the product contains eggs, which aren’t listed on the ingredient label.
March 24, 2015—Amy’s Kitchen recalled certain frozen foods that contain spinach, because the products might be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
March 24, 2015—Wegmans recalled its Organic Food You Feel Good About Just Picked Frozen Spinach, because the product might be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
March 23, 2015—Certain Samsung smartphones and tablet computers will come preloaded with mobile applications from Microsoft, although details were slim as of publication.
March 23, 2015—Giant Eagle recalled its apricot- and raisin-filled cookies, because the products contain milk, which isn’t listed on the ingredient label.
March 23, 2015—Aurora Products recalled its Natural Walnuts and Trail Mixes that contain walnuts, because the products might be contaminated with salmonella.
March 20, 2015—Are you ready for apples that don’t turn brown after you cut them or potatoes that don’t bruise? Ready or not, here they come.
March 19, 2015—A U.S. District Court judge gave preliminary approval to a settlement between Target and consumers who were affected by the retailer’s massive data breach, according to reports. Target will make $10 million available to consumers.
March 19, 2015—Wegmans recalled its Organic Walnut Halves & Pieces, because the product might be contaminated with salmonella.
March 19, 2015—Honda Motor recalled 2001 Accord, 2004 Civic and 2008 Pilot vehicles, because the driver’s side air-bag inflators can explode with too much force.
March 18, 2015—We’ve known that drinking diet soft drinks isn’t necessarily a healthy option.
March 18, 2015—Kraft Foods Group recalled its original Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner, because the product might contain small pieces of metal.
March 17, 2015—Google, which famously differentiated itself from Apple by allowing developers of mobile applications to post apps without a review process, changed its policy.
March 17, 2015—Frontier Co-op recalled certain Frontier, Simply Organic and Whole Foods Market products that were manufactured with organic garlic powder, because the products might be contaminated with salmonella.
March 17, 2015—Could Mario be coming to your smartphone soon? Nintendo announced that it will end its strategy of making video games exclusively for its own consoles and move to smart devices in 2015.
March 16, 2015—Westinghouse Lighting recalled its glass shade holder, because the product’s pull-chain switch is wired incorrectly, which poses a shock hazard to consumers.
March 16, 2015—The price of electricity rose in 2014 at its fastest rate in 6 years, but the growth is expected to moderate in 2015.