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Monday January 20th, 2020 2:18AM

AP Business - Consumer News

A look at week 1 of Georgia's 2020 legislative session
Georgia’s 2020 legislative session opened Monday, bringing a flurry of activity to the state Capitol
9:35AM ( 1 day ago )
Prosecutor: Former top stockbroker 'built business on lies'
A former financial planner who was kicked out of the securities industry and ordered to pay millions of dollars in damages to customers he allegedly tricked into high-risk investments is on trial in Pennsylvania
6:16PM ( 6 days ago )
EarthLink Consumer Products Offer Comprehensive Online Protection
ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 13, 2020--EarthLink, a leading provider of internet and online services, today announced the launch of EarthLink Protect and EarthLink Protect+, new consumer products off...
10:46AM ( 6 days ago )
IKEA to pay $46M in boy's dresser tipover death, lawyers say
IKEA is agreeing to pay $46 million to the parents of a 2-year-old boy who died of injuries suffered when a 70-pound recalled dresser tipped over onto him
6:28PM ( 1 week ago )
2020 brings higher labor costs for small businesses
Small businesses have plenty of changes to deal with as 2020 begins
12:28PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Volkswagen, German consumer group in diesel settlement talks
Volkswagen and a German consumer group say they will conduct talks on a possible settlement in a landmark case involving the automaker's diesel emissions scandal
4:45AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Trump signs law to reduce robocalls, though they won't end
A new anti-robocalls law is expected to help Americans dodge many of the billions of robocalls they get each month promising lower interest rates or pretending to be the IRS
10:38AM ( 2 weeks ago )
California takes lead on laws affecting gig economy, privacy
California’s long tradition of advancing nation-leading legislation continues into the new year, with laws reining in the gig economy, boosting online privacy and discouraging shootings by police, among other potential trend-setters
11:41AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Calif. vastly expands digital privacy. Will people use it?
Forty million Californians will soon obtain sweeping digital privacy rights stronger than any seen before in the U.S., posing a significant challenge to Big Tech and the data economy it helped create
11:15AM ( 3 weeks ago )
You may have to give more personal data to get personal loan
When applying for a personal loan, some lenders may ask you for information that isn’t on your credit report
9:31AM ( 3 weeks ago )