Apple’s New Feature Will Let Users Stop Data Tracking From Apps Like FacebookA new feature from Apple requires apps to get permission from users before the apps can track their behaviors online. People who opt-out will see fewer personalized ads.
Americans Are About To Get Hit With Diaper Sticker Shock; Huggies Price Hike Planned For JuneDiapers are a pricey, essential item for parents. Now, they're getting even more expensive.
Subaru Recalls Cars And SUVs With Potential Engine, Suspension ProblemsSubaru is recalling nearly 875,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because the engines can stall or a rear suspension part can fall off.
Peloton Tread+ Owners Told To Stop Using The Treadmill In 'Urgent Warning'The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued an "urgent warning" for users of Peloton's Tread+ following multiple dangerous incidents with the machine, including a child's death.
Ground Turkey Sold At Wegmans, Stop & Shop And Hannaford Linked To Salmonella OutbreakThere's a new USDA alert over ground turkey that may be in your freezer.
BJ's Wholesale CEO Lee Delaney Dies Unexpectedly At 49Lee Delaney, president and CEO of BJ's Wholesale Club, died unexpectedly, the company said.
Unopened Super Mario Bros. Game From 1986 Sells For $660,000An unopened copy of Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. that was bought in 1986 and then forgotten about in a desk drawer has sold at auction for $660,000.
Target Bringing Back Car Seat Trade-In ProgramNeed a new car seat? Target's trade-in program is coming back soon.
Huggies Diapers, Pull-Ups And Scott Toilet Paper May Soon Get More ExpensiveShoppers, take note: You could soon pay more for Huggies, Pull-Ups and Scott toilet paper.
Sabra Recalls Some Classic Hummus Products For Possible Salmonella ContaminationSabra Dipping Company is recalling some Classic Hummus products distributed in 16 states, including Maine.
Americans Spent Nearly $420 Billion On Home Improvement Projects In 20202020 was a record-breaking year for home improvements.
Pepsi Has A New Peeps-Flavored SodaWas the Peeps-flavored coffee at Dunkin' not sweet enough for you?
74-Percent Of Mass. Residents Now Optimistic About Finances, Survey SaysA new study suggests people in Massachusetts are becoming more optimistic about their finances as vaccinations grow during the pandemic.
Why Eversource Customers Will Likely See A Higher Bill In AprilEversource customers can expect to pay more on their electricity bill starting in April.
Hundreds Of Former Boston Sports Clubs Members To Get RefundsHundreds of former Boston Sports Clubs members are getting a refund, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced Wednesday.