Consumer Affairs

Mulvaney gives big pay bumps to his hires at consumer agency

Apr 5, 2018

Documents obtained by The Associated Press show that President Donald Trump's appointee to oversee the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has given big pay raises to the deputies he hired to help him run the bureau

The Latest: Facebook CEO to testify in the Senate, too

Apr 5, 2018

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to testify in a second congressional hearing next week, this time in the Senate

Oregon attorney general considers Facebook investigation

Mar 23, 2018

Oregon's attorney general says she is reviewing whether to launch a full-scale investigation of Facebook, including whether it violated a state law that protects online customers' private information

The Latest: Facebook takes baby steps on privacy

Mar 22, 2018

Facebook is taking baby steps for now to address its latest privacy scandal because stronger safeguards might harm its core business: making money off the data it has on you

Correction: Congress-Banking-Mortgage Data story

Mar 14, 2018

Correction: Congress-Banking-Mortgage Data story

Payday lenders, watchdog agency exhibit cozier relationship

Mar 6, 2018

Former CEO of payday lending company once under investigation by federal authorities asks to be considered as director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Uber sued after data stolen by hackers covered up

Mar 5, 2018

Pennsylvania's attorney general is suing the ride-hailing company Uber, saying it broke state law when it failed to notify thousands of drivers in the state for a year that hackers stole their personal information

Companies face mounting pressure to pick sides in gun debate

Feb 27, 2018

Companies take heat, balance relationship with NRA in wake of Parkland, Florida massacre

Police: Consumer affairs reporter assaulted on assignment

Feb 7, 2018

Police say a widely-watched New York City consumer affairs reporter known for his on-camera confrontations on behalf of viewers was assaulted while on assignment in the Bronx

Nebraska personal information bill wins initial approval

Feb 1, 2018

A bill designed to protect consumers from identity theft has won first-round approval from Nebraska lawmakers

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