Digital Screens Track Our Behavior For Target Advertising: 'We're Not Using Info To Find Where You Live'Everyday fixtures are watching consumers in the car, at the mall, in the elevator, even while they're filling up their tanks at gas stations. The question up for debate is whether the public should be worried.
US Health Officials Investigating E. Coli Outbreak In California-Grown Romaine LettuceThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 40 people in more than a dozen states.
New Federal Guidelines For Social Media Influencers: Must Disclose Paid EndorsementsThe statute aims to help consumers avoid misleading advertisements, while keeping influencers honest about the products they recommend.
McKinney Man's New Development Helps Consumers Make Money By Answering Robo CallsIf consumers can agree on anything, it is their hatred for robocalls, but a new strategy developed by a McKinney man is convincing people to wait by their phones.
Roofer Investigated By The Ones For Justice Found Guilty Of TheftGregg Averitt was already awaiting trial related to 2018 charges, but earlier this year, prosecutors argued he had violated the terms of his bond.
Kamkad Automotive Backs Out Of Deal To Buy Fenton Hyundai, Claims $35M In DebtThe company that was planning to purchase an embattled Mesquite dealership has backed out of the deal.
Red Bird Area Walmart Supercenter Set To Shut Down Within WeeksWalmart has announced plans to close its Supercenter at 3155 W. Wheatland Road in Dallas near Highway 67.
More Fenton Hyundai Customers Report Not Getting Title, License Plates; Owner Not RespondingOn Thursday, The Ones For Justice tried to ask the owner, Brad Fenton what he can do to help these people, but employees at the dealership said Fenton doesn't live in Texas.
Complaints Piling Up For North Texas Auto Dealership From Customers Waiting On License Plates, Car TitlesAt least a dozen customers of Fenton Hyundai in Mesquite say they still have no proof of ownership, months after purchasing their vehicles.
Holiday Sales Soar To 6-Year HighOnline sales continued to grow, up more than 19 percent from a year ago.
Who's In Charge? 2 Fight For Control Of US Consumer Watchdog Post Through emails, tweets and doughnuts, the two dueling acting directors battled Monday for control of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, nation's top financial watchdog agency.
127 Businesses Accused Of Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey DisasterThe Texas AG's office said Monday, all of the cases involve consumer complaints against gas stations that allegedly charged $3.99 or higher for a gallon of unleaded gasoline or diesel.
Holiday Shopping Season Is Losing Some Of Its PowerNovember and December now account for less than 21 percent of annual retail sales at physical stores, down from a peak of over 25 percent, and experts believe it'll keep dropping.
Internet Sales Leave Some Small North Texas Businesses StrugglingNearly a week after black Friday sales started, some retailers in Collin County are still seeing red -- in terms of revenue. But struggling small businesses are hoping to turn that red into green.
Fees Undermine Fliers' Ability To Compare FaresFederal regulators are weighing whether to make airlines reveal prices for baggage and other fees to online sellers like Orbitz and Expedia.