Ikea Recalls Table, Floor Lamps Due To Potential Electric Shock HazardIkea says cables in their GOTHEM floor lamp, GOTHEM 18-inch table lamp and GOTHEM 14-inch table lamp models were damaged while in manufacturing.
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New Money-Saving App Coaches Users To Negotiate, Lower Monthly BillsThe app, called 'Negotiate It,' provides scripts for users to read as they call up their bank, credit card company, phone service provider or gym. The step by step process guides consumers as they negotiate late fees - or even have them waived.
Experts Warn Of Scams Popping Up In The Wake Of Superstorm SandyNatural disasters always attract people who want to help, but they also attract criminals who seek to profit from people’s pain.
Ask Asa: Child Car SeatChild car seat technology has made major advances in recent years, but a study indicates some car seats need to get back to basics to be effective.
Ask Asa: Cell Phone TheftHow safe is your cell phone? Some surprising figures released by the NYPD indicate 42 percent of recent theft reports involve a missing cell phone.
Ask Asa: Dial Up SavingsYou've heard time is money. Find out just how true that is by taking the time to place some phone calls and make some money.
Ask Asa: Child Identity TheftCBS 2's Asa Aaron takes a look at how kids' identities have become the new target of scam artists.
Ask Asa: BPAAfter years of debate, the Food and Drug Administration rejects a call to ban the chemical BPA in food packaging.
Ask Asa: Charge ItAs CBS 2 consumer reporter Asa Aarons explains, there are 10 things you should always charge.