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Which companies have the least consumer-friendly policies?

Consumer Reports Senior Projects Editor Tod Marks on the companies with the best and worst consumer-friendly policies.

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  2. FTC accuses AT&T of misleading customers with promise of ‘unlimited’ data

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  3. Facebook posts 64% surge in ad revenue

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  5. Gasparino: HLF thinks it will avoid government shut down

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  6. CVS settles with California over deceptive packaging

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  9. Sports Fans Coalition’s next target

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  11. Home Depot hack latest

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    FBN’s Liz Macdonald Snapchat’s new money service lets friends share money with Square in the app.

  2. FTC wants Apple to protect users' health data

    Mashable Tech Editor Pete Pachal explains why the FTC wants apple to keep customers' health data secured.

  3. Chairman Wheeler: FCC doesn’t answer to the White House

    Nylon Media CEO Paul Greenberg and Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell discusses the showdown over open Internet between President Obama and the FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, and how it could impact consumers.

  4. Getty Images CEO on growth in the digital age

    Getty Images CEO Jonathan Klein discusses how the 19-year old stock photo company is adapting to the new digital age and its suit against Microsoft over digital images.

  5. Herbalife CFO: We are stronger today than two years ago

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  6. Is Herbalife too volatile for investors?

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  7. Morning Business Outlook: 10/29/14

    FTC suing AT&T for slowing data speeds

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