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Thursday November 23rd, 2017 8:13AM

AP Business - Consumer News

CFPB Director Cordray, who sparred with GOP, plans to resign
Richard Cordray, the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and an appointee of former President Barack Obama, has announced his resignation
2:41PM ( 1 week ago )
Consumer chief resigning, expected to run for Ohio gov
Richard Cordray, the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and an appointee of former President Barack Obama, has announced his resignation
12:13PM ( 1 week ago )
Consumer safety group unveils its 'worst toys' list
Fidget spinners, a Wonder Woman "battle sword" and a remote-controlled Spider-Man drone are among the toys topping a consumer safety group's annual list of worst toys for the holiday season.
12:44PM ( 1 week ago )
Consumer safety group to unveil 'most dangerous' toys list
A Boston-based child safety group is releasing its annual holiday list of the ten most hazardous toys
12:04AM ( 1 week ago )
Missouri attorney general investigating Google
Missouri's attorney general says his office is investigating Google for potential violations of the state's consumer-protection and antitrust laws
1:51PM ( 1 week ago )
House Speaker: Change laws after nuclear plant failure
The South Carolina House speaker is proposing six new laws after the abandonment of two nuclear reactors in the state
4:01PM ( 1 week ago )
AP Explains: Why smartphones are giving the police fits
AP Explains: Why tough smartphone security is giving the police fits
6:43PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Trump administration moves ahead with Obama menu-label law
The Trump administration is moving ahead with a law from the Obama years that will require calorie counts to appear on menus at restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores and pizza delivery chains nationwide
11:36AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Vanquish a phantom debt for good
Know your options when facing off against a phantom debt
10:38AM ( 3 weeks ago )
White House welcomes Senate vote killing consumer rule
The Republican-led Senate has voted narrowly to repeal a banking rule that would let consumers band together to sue their bank or credit card company to resolve financial disputes
10:16AM ( 4 weeks ago )