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Do-Gooders, Hasbro Help Raise Money to Pay for ‘Operation’ Board Game Creator’s Real-Life Operation.

John Spinello, who created what would become Operation, the classic board game, needs a reported $25,000 for oral surgery. Spinello isn’t rich because he sold his game for $500 in the 1960s to a toy company ...
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Walmart Mulls Nationwide Online Price-Matching Program as Holiday Shopping Season Nears

Walmart is matching online prices from competitors in a test program that could heat up the competition for consumers’ holiday shopping dollars. // The world’s largest retailer has matched prices of ...
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FTC: Gerber Falsely Claimed ‘Good Start Gentle’ Formula Protects Infants from Developing Allergies

The Federal Trade Commission has charged Gerber Products, probably the most recognized name in baby foods which also does business as Nestlé Nutrition, with deceptively advertising its ‘Good Start Gentle’ ...
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Visa Beats Earnings on Volume, Transactions Growth Even Before Mobile Payments Era Takes Off

It doesn’t matter if consumers charge more on their cards overall for Visa to have strong earnings growth — it just takes more of them using credit and debit cards, or more transactions. // That’s because ...
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Borrower-Friendly Fed to Hold Short-Term Rates at Near Zero ‘for a Considerable Time’

For Americans in the market for a home, a car or a business loan, the Federal Reserve’s announcement Wednesday is a positive one. The Fed said it will keep the short-term federal funds rate where it has been ...
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Apple Pay Snub: CEO of Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) Says Retailers Committed to CurrentC

When Rite Aid and CVS quietly pulled the plug on Apple Pay after its launch, it came as a surprise because the retailers were initially on board with Apple’s mobile payments system. But Rite Aid and CVS are ...
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U.S. Foreclosure Inventory Down 34% Year-Over-Year, But Serious Delinquencies Still Worrisome

The number of homes in foreclosure is down 34 percent from a year ago, signalling that the foreclosure crisis continues to wane, although it is far from over. // As of September 2014, approximately 607,000 homes ...
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AT&T Misled Millions on Unlimited Plans by Slowing or ‘Throttling’ Data Speeds, FTC Says

If your data speed is slowed significantly on your smartphone’s “unlimited” plan, should it still be marketed as unlimited? And were you properly notified of these slowdowns? The Federal Trade ...
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Apple CEO Says He’s Not Worried About Retailers Nixing Apple Pay

Apple CEO Tim Cook said he isn’t concerned about the future of Apple Pay, the tech giant’s just-deployed mobile payment system, despite CVS Health and Rite Aid disabling their in-store readers for customers ...
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Buying a Home 38% Cheaper Than Renting, But Down Payment is Still Big Obstacle

Across the nation, buying a home is 38 percent cheaper than renting, compared with 35 percent a year ago, says the real estate site Trulia. // Buying is a better deal, taking into consideration the traditional ...
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