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Sunday February 18th, 2018 6:51PM

AP Business - Consumer News

Consumer watchdog considering repeal of payday lending rule
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reconsidering a payday lending protections it enacted last year
6:08PM ( 1 month ago )
Court rules in favor of Trump over fate of consumer watchdog
Federal judge rules in favor of Trump over control of consumer protection agency
9:05PM ( 1 month ago )
Italy: Modigliani art exhibit found to be full of fakes
Consumer advocates in Italy are demanding refunds after an expert ruled that almost all the paintings featured in a Genoa art exhibition devoted to Amedeo Modigliani were fakes
5:36PM ( 1 month ago )
Massive airport delays put federal rule in focus
Massive delays and cancellations left some passengers locked on planes for many hours during a winter storm over the weekend, putting new focus on a federal rule meant to curb such incidents
7:20PM ( 1 month ago )
France investigating Apple's secret slowdown of old iPhones
French authorities have opened an investigation into Apple over revelations it secretly slowed down older versions of its iPhones, the Paris prosecutor's office said Tuesday
4:13PM ( 1 month ago )
France investigates Apple for slowing down old iPhones
French authorities have opened an investigation into Apple over revelations it secretly slowed down older versions of its handsets, the Paris prosecutor's office said Tuesday
1:05PM ( 1 month ago )
New health insurance rule aims to deliver on Trump promise
The Trump administration is proposing regulations to facilitate the interstate sale of health insurance policies that cost less but may not cover as much
9:11AM ( 1 month ago )
California court exposes drug makers to additional liability
A sharply divided California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that pharmaceutical companies can be held liable for warning labels on generic versions of drugs they once made years after they've sold the drugs to other companies and stopped manufacturing them
8:30PM ( 1 month ago )
California sues over Corinthian student debt relief claims
California's attorney general says it has sued the Trump administration because the U.S. Department of Education is refusing to process debt relief claims from tens of thousands of students who had federal loans to attend Corinthian Colleges
2:47PM ( 2 months ago )
The Latest: Pai: Internet can 'thrive' absent net neutrality
The Latest: Pai: Internet can 'thrive' absent net neutrality
1:17PM ( 2 months ago )