The Biden administration is expected to again delay its long-awaited ban on menthol cigarettes, with officials citing political pressures leading into 2024.
Global retailer Abercrombie & Fitch has been accused in a lawsuit of enabling former chief executive Mike Jeffries to run an alleged sex-trafficking operation for years.
Hershey announced quarterly sales and profit on Thursday, riding on benefits from higher prices of its chocolates and candies at a time when demand has slowed.
JetBlue will include new flights to Dublin, Ireland, and Edinburgh, Scotland, beginning in 2024 as part of the air carrier’s transatlantic expansion taking on other bigger airline rivals.
Boeing said it is reducing deliveries of its popular 737 Max jet this year after spotting a quality issue involving the aircraft’s pressure bulkhead. Still, the planes remain cleared to fly.
Kraft Heinz is recalling 83,800 cases of Kraft Singles American Pasteurized Prepared Cheese slices and 3-pound multipacks of Kraft Singles over a potential choking hazard.
Wall Street is shopping the Instacart IPO, driving shares higher on the first day of trading — a positive sign for thawing capital markets, which also got a boost from Arm's debut last week.
Shares of Foot Locker plunged after the retailer lowered its yearly forecast and suspended its quarterly dividend to conserve cash, citing "price-sensitive" consumers.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission finalized bans on inclined infant sleepers and crib bumpers, prohibiting them from being sold or imported for sale in the U.S.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz took to the Senate floor Tuesday and warned that smart devices like air fryers could be spying on American consumers.
American restaurateurs are fuming over a new fee being charged to their customers by a powerful third-party point-of-sale vendor, Toast Inc., without their consent.
Apple became the first public company to close a trading day with a market cap over $3 trillion Friday, even as Goldman Sachs reportedly looks to shed its credit card partnership.
A coalition of consumer advocacy groups in the U.S. and Europe are calling on governments to quickly adopt regulations on generative AI to protect consumers from its potential harms.
Politicians who support the idea of a national sales tax, which is sometimes billed as a "FairTax," are selling us a bill of goods – literally.
Americans' worries about rising inflation have hit the lowest point in more than two years, but now consumers are increasingly concerned about access to credit.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling 125,000 sport utility vehicles and trucks because engine failures may cause a fire, the automaker announced Tuesday.
Bud Light suffered a bloodbath as consumers revolted against its new transgender social-media campaign that appears to exclude longtime loyal customers.
Fast casual restaurant chain Chipotle Mexican Grill is suing competitor Sweetgreen in federal court in Santa Ana, Calif., claiming the salad restaurant’s new "Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowl" violates trademarked rights.
The Federal Trade Commission is proposing a new "Click to Cancel" rule that would force companies to make it easier for consumers to drop unwanted subscriptions.
Consumer anger has tripled since 2020, while more angry customers are seeking revenge and running into problems with services, as companies struggle to hire enough employees.