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FTC Sues Marketers Who Used “Gag Clauses,” Monetary Threats, and Lawsuits to Stop Negative Consumer Reviews for Unproven Weight-Loss Products

The Federal Trade Commission is taking action against the Florida-based marketers of a line of weight-loss supplements who allegedly made baseless claims for their products, and then threatened to enforce “gag clause” provisions against consumers to stop...

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FTC Amends Fair Packaging and Labeling Act Rules

The Federal Trade Commission has amended its rules under the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (FPLA), which requires that certain products carry labels identifying the contents, source, item quantity, and other information to help consumers compare products. In...

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No easy fixes for VW diesels, experts say

Volkswagen may face a significant challenge in getting nearly 500,000 diesel-powered cars in the U.S. into emissions compliance. ... Read More »

Buyers always on the hunt for used vehicles

When buyers at Sam Swope Auto Group's sused-car Buy Center happen across vehicles parked in public places with for-sale signs displayed, they whip out their smart phones, scan the VIN, run a vehicle history report and leave a card with a written... ... Read More »

Insider named to head VW shows Germany Inc. insularity

If you place the resumes of Martin Winterkorn and Matthias Mueller side-by-side, it would be hard to spot the difference. ... Read More »

Mueller will push strategy shift to foster change, report says

Matthias Mueller pressed the Volkswagen board to move ahead with a reorganization he helped devise before the carmaker was caught up in an emissions-cheating scandal, as the new leader seeks to put his stamp on the company. ... Read More »

VW’s struggling U.S. arm gains clout, loses momentum

From its control center in Germany, Volkswagen AG has reset the system. Now, the company's U.S. operations are waiting to see whether that means a new start or the loss of everything they've worked for. ... Read More »

European vans rendering classic American models obsolete

A trio of Euro vans is rendering the classic, bulbous American van obsolete. Only GM continues to market a traditional, body-on-frame, truck-based, full-size van, the Chevy Express and the GMC Savana. ... Read More »

Will U.S. buyers turn their backs on diesels?

There's no doubt the idea of 'clean diesel' has been dealt a PR blow by VW's emissions-cheating scandal. But the more important question is whether the VW revelations spell the end of the road for the technology in the U.S. ... Read More »

Fiat Chrysler deal meets opposition in early UAW voting

The proposed four-year labor agreement between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and the UAW encountered strong opposition from rank-and-file union members in early ratification voting. ... Read More »
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