Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
Steve Jobs famously said people don't know what they want until you show it to them. Of course, Jobs was famous for introducing the world to consumer electronics that invented whole new product categories, such as the iPod and iPad. As a result, it
As many as 20% fewer Italians will be celebrating the 'Ferragosto' Assumption holiday by eating out, a long-standing tradition for many holidaying families, according to a survey by national consumers' observatory Onf released Wednesday by consumer
In addition, Azarov instructed the State Inspectorate for Consumer Protection to monitor the implementation of national standards in the manufacture of meat products.
The law enforcement officers at the Consumer Protection Department in Barka, working in collaboration with the Royal Oman Police (ROP) and the Public Prosecution, caught red-handed a number of expatriate labourers while loading large quantities of
In a crowded marketplace, businesses compete to get their marketing message in front of consumers. Research shows that consumers are increasingly using their mobile devices to help make purchasing decisions. A 2012 study by Google and M/A/R/C
While computing damages awarded to consumers, it's vital that foras and commissions are fair According to the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, consumer complaints will be entertained by consumer fora to initiate action against erring companies /
Consumer confidence is holding up at high levels, pointing to greater household spending and a growing economy. The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index was 123.9, largely unchanged on a month ago, but still high compared with the historic
Consumer sentiment retreated this month after reaching its highest in nearly six years in May, a survey released on Friday showed, as household optimism about employment and housing faded slightly. The Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan's
Law enforcement officials are cracking down on companies that they say stole millions of dollars from timeshare owners desperate to resell their properties. Law enforcement officials are cracking down on companies they say stole millions of dollars
The move will make smartphones the predominant mobile phone around the world. According to International Data Corporation, the smartphone shipments will make up 52 percent of all worldwide smartphone shipments by year's end, Fox News reports.