COVID Pandemic Causing An Appliances ShortageThe pandemic has led to shortages of everything from toilet paper, to lumber and even coins. Now people are having trouble getting their hands on appliances.
Payless Shoe Stores Plan To Reopen 300 Stores; Move HQ To MiamiPayless, the discount shoe chain, is planning to open more than 300 stores across the US over the next few years.
Bed Bath & Beyond To Close 200 Stores Over The Next Two YearsAnother company hit hard by the coronavirus, Bed Bath & Beyond announced Wednesday that it plans to close roughly 200 stores in the next two years.
Dick's Sporting Goods Pulling Guns From Another 440 Stores In Wake Of Parkland ShootingDick’s Sporting Goods is taking another step in ridding guns from its stores. The company is removing the hunting department and its guns from 440 locations this year in the wake of the Parkland school massacre.
Apple Says It's Fine To Wipe Your iPhone With Clorox Wipes Apple issued new gadget-cleaning guidance as the novel coronavirus outbreak spreads.
New Skimmers Found At Hollywood Gas Stations, One Near A Police StationIt can happen at any gas station, anywhere, at any time. We are talking about credit card skimming.
No Longer A Gimmick, Car Manufacturers Seriously Looking At Electric Vehicles As Future Of IndustryIf you do not know much about electric cars or think it’s a gimmick, you may want to take another look as big changes are on the horizon.
Florida Lawmakers Grapple With Car-Sharing IssuesPointing to the complexity of addressing new technologies, a House committee Tuesday approved a bill that would create a regulatory framework for “peer-to-peer” car-sharing services.
Four Companies Recall More Than 165,000 Infant Incline SleepersThe Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling four different kinds of inclined infant sleepers because of a risk of suffocation.
New Rules Could Bump Emotional-Support Animals From PlanesThe Trump administration may crack down on which emotional-support animals can be brought on airplanes.
Toyota, Honda Recall Millions Of VehiclesToyota and Honda are recalling millions of vehicles over unrelated safety issues.