Toyota, Chrysler and Honda vehicles are being recalled for a second time due to airbags that may go off while the car is in use.
Stop & Shop has removed some Garden Lite products from its store shelves after the company announced that some of its foods may contain peanuts, which is not listed on the ingredient label.
IKEA is recalling some crib mattresses that could pose a danger to infants.
NStar has agreed to refund its customers almost $45 million for overcharges on capital improvements, pension expenses, and energy efficiency programs.
Prices were last this low in October 2009.
A Missouri firm is recalling its Happy Apple brand caramel apples because of the potential that they could be contaminated with listeria.
Keurig is recalling some 7 million of single-serve coffee brewing machines because of reported burns.
Chrysler is bowing to demands from U.S. safety regulators, and will add about 179,000 vehicles to a recall list for air bags that could explode with too much force.
Companies are getting valuable shopper intel that can shape the shopping experience.
A security expert says whenever we use online services and applications we’re giving away reams of data.
When the seasons change in New England, and winter finally fades into spring, it’s time to think about beautifying your yard. A visit to the local nursery can be overwhelming, with so many beautiful blooms to choose.
The newest and greatest in consumer electronics were on display at the 2011 CES in Las Vegas.
A look at some of the hot toys for the 2010 Holiday Season.
There’s no doubt about it. Celebrity sells. That’s why companies that make everything from drinks to makeup to credit cards pay millions for stars to endorse their products. Here is a look at some recent celebrity endorsements.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a refreshed lineup of iPods and a smaller Apple TV during a presentation in San Francisco on Sept. 1, 2010.