Bed Bath & Beyond Announces Hudson Comforter Recall Due To MoldThe recall covers comforters sold between August 24, 2017 and Oct. 17, 2017.
iPhone Update Will Allow Users To Stop Battery Slowdown, Tim Cook SaysApple's CEO says a future iOS update will give older iPhone users the option to disable Apple's ramping down of performance, which Apple claimed was done to improve power management
Wells Fargo Glitch Leaves Customers With Empty Bank AccountsWells Fargo customers are being advised to check that their accounts to make sure they aren't experiencing issues as well.
Walmart Offers New Kit That Will Turn Leftover Prescription Opioids Into Useless GelWalmart announced Wednesday that it will provide the packets free with opioid prescriptions filled at its 4,700 U.S. pharmacies.
Circuit City Tries For Comeback 9 Years After Closing Stores
Samsung Unveils 146-Inch, Wall-Sized TV Called 'The Wall'The 12-foot-2-inch screen is nearly twice the size of most big screen sets on the market and features a new technology called "microLED."
LED Danger: Study Finds Link Between Lighting And Breast CancerThey save money and energy, but are the new light bulbs in and around your home putting your health at risk?
CDC Warns Romaine Lettuce May Be Linked To E. Coli OutbreakA warning from the CDC is urging people to be cautious of eating romaine lettuce after nearly 60 people were infected by E. coli bacteria.
Retailers Making Major Changes In The Digital AgeCompanies like Amazon and Fresh Direct are changing the way people shop.
Plastic Is King At New York Restaurants That No Longer Accept CashThey say cash is king, but it may not be for long. A growing number of eateries are going cashless and accepting plastic only.
Claire's Pulls Child Makeup Products After Asbestos ClaimsClaire's - which has over 3,000 stores in 36 countries - has released a list of nine products including eye shadows, blushes, and compact powders that have been pulled from its shelves
Do Holiday Returns End Up In A Landfill? Study Says YesNearly $380 billion worth of goods are sent back to the stores each year and a quarter of those unwanted presents are reportedly returned during the holiday season.