The customers who were subject to speed reductions were slowed for an average of 12 days per billing cycle, significantly impeding their ability to use common data applications such as GPS mapping or streaming video, the FCC said.
Small business loan approval rates at big banks and institutional lenders improved to new highs in May 2015, according to Biz2Credit’s index.
PayPal says the communication will mainly entail contacting users troubleshooting account problems, resolving disputes and collecting debts. But the calls could also be made to advertise offers and promotions, or to conduct user surveys.
The Discover It card is doubling all of the cash rewards users have earned at the end of their first year for accounts that are open at the time of doubling.
Only a quarter of the top 100 retailers have signed up to support Apple Pay, and almost two-thirds said they definitely won’t be supporting it in 2015.
And that could spell trouble for the U.S. economic recovery, which relies heavily on consumers making purchases beyond the necessities related to food, housing, utilities and transportation.
Apparently, Comcast is fully aware of its miserable reputation for customer service, so the cable giant says it is planning to transform itself into a consumer-friendly organization.
The FTC has obtained a court order temporarily halting the Glendale, California-based operation that used unauthorized endorsements from celebrities like Oprah Winfrey to market its diet pills.
A Chicago judge has dismissed the suit filed by United Airlines iagainst 22-year-old Aktarer Zaman, who launched Skiplagged.com to help people get the cheapest air fare to big-city stopovers.
Amazon on Thursday broke out the finances of it $5 billion cloud computing service for the first time, wowing Wall Street.