Consumer Services

Amazon limits shipments to warehouses for next 3 weeks

Mar 17, 2020

Amazon said Tuesday that it will only accept shipments of cleaning equipment, medical supplies and household goods from suppliers at its warehouses for next three weeks to fill surging demand of those items. The online retailer has been sold out of items like disinfecting wipes and toilet paper as the new coronavrius spreads and more people shop online at home

Atari plans to open video game-themed resorts in 8 US cities

Jan 31, 2020

Atari, the arcade game company that ushered in the gaming revolution in the 1980s, is opening eight video game-themed hotels across the U.S. The company said this week it will break ground on its first hotel later this year in Phoenix

Stocks rise on Wall Street as rally stretches to fourth day

Dec 16, 2019

US stocks are rallying Monday, rising along with European and several Asian markets after China reported surprisingly strong signs of life

Holiday stress: Amazon, others under gun for 1-day delivery

Nov 28, 2019

Buy something online this holiday season and you’ll set off a 24-hour race to your door

Kentucky gov's race stirs clash over casino suicide claims

Oct 27, 2019

Entering the final days of Kentucky's bitter race for governor, Republican incumbent Matt Bevin has exposed himself to a new attack by denying his recorded claim that suicides happen nightly in casinos

Companies reach tentative deal to settle opioids lawsuit

Oct 21, 2019

The nation's three largest drug distributors and a drugmaker have reached a tentative deal to settle a lawsuit related to the nation's opioid crisis

The Latest: Officials: Be kind to PG&E workers amid shut-off

Oct 9, 2019

Authorities are asking the public to be kind to frontline utility workers in California as anger mounts against Pacific Gas and Electric over a power shutdown.

Uber adds more services to its app in its quest for profit

Sep 26, 2019

Uber will begin cramming more services into its ride-hailing app as it ramps up effort to make money

Effort to bring home stranded Thomas Cook travelers underway

Sep 24, 2019

The British government has flown home the first 14,500 people stranded by the collapse of tour operator Thomas Cook, and is expected to ramp up the repatriation effort to get all the 150,000 U.K.-based customers home

The Latest: British PM questions Thomas Cook bosses' pay

Sep 23, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says a "huge effort" is underway to bring home British tourists and passengers stranded abroad by the sudden collapse of travel company Thomas Cook

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