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Verizon Email Undergoing Big Changes, Migrating To AOL ServerA couple of years ago, Verizon bought AOL and they’ve been operating email on separate servers. The company says it’s time to move everyone to the AOL server.
LuLaRoe Launches Massive Refund Program Following Complaints About LeggingsLuLaRoe plans to launch a massive refund program following complaints that their leggings tear too easily.
Toyota Recalls 250K Tacoma Pickups; Rear Wheels Can Lock UpToyota is recalling about 250,000 small pickup trucks mainly in North America because the rear wheels have the potential to lock up, causing drivers to lose control.
Get Marty: 'Free Wrinkle Cream' Scam Creates Financial Mess For 81-Year-OldFolks across the region getting caught up in a “Free Wrinkle Cream Scam."
Common Tracking Technique Stores Info Even After You Delete AppsIs your phone cluttered with apps? Ones you don't even use anymore? You can delete them, but if you think they're gone -- think again.
How To Haggle To Get The Most Out Of Your Bundle PlanServices we rely on seem to come in a package these days: cable, internet and even a landline phone. But will bundling save you money?
Whole Foods May Be Considering Lower Prices, But Will That Risk Quality?Whole Foods isn't talking, but America's self-styled healthiest grocery store with $16 billion in sales may be under pressure to lower its prices.
Expert Offers Tax Deadline Day TipsThere are many reasons people put off that trip to the Post Office with their tax returns until the last minute.
Verizon Sued Over Set-BoxesThose set-top boxes needed to transmit cable television channels on multiple TV sets in a home are the subject of a Philadelphia lawsuit against Verizon.
Electronics Retailer hhgregg Is Going Out Of BusinessConsumer electronics chain hhgregg Inc. is going out of business and shutting down its stores.
Cable Giant Comcast Offers Cellular Plans On Verizon Network Comcast will start selling cellphone plans in the coming months, using a network it's leasing from Verizon.
Nearly 600,000 Asthma Inhalers Recalled By GSK Nearly 600,000 asthma inhalers in the United States have been recalled.

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