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DERRY, N.H. — The Used Apple Store, a downtown business here, is turning away Republican customers, according to a post on the store's Facebook page.
(RNN) - Wells Fargo said Thursday it has resolved a glitch that was double charging customers who used its automatic online bill payments.
(RNN) - More than 180 women have alleged they were sexually assaulted by therapists at Massage Envy, a chain of spas with almost 1,200 locations around the country, according to a report in Buzzfeed.
If you need a new washer and dryer or a set of furniture and don't have either the cash or good credit to purchase them, you might choose to rent the household goods with an option to buy them later.
It was going so well for Blue Apron, until it wasn't. The company, which set nationwide trends with its mail-order subscription meal kits, delivering ingredients and instructions to hundreds of thousands of Americans, had valued itself at $3.2 billion weeks before its initial public offering.
Traditionally, when a car breaks down, the solution has been to fix it. Repair manuals, knowledgeable mechanics and auto parts stores make car repairs common, quick and relatively inexpensive. Even with modern computer-equipped vehicles, regular people have plenty they can do: change oil, change tires and many more advanced upgrades.
Wearing a fitness tracking device could earn you cash from your health insurance company. At first, this sounds lucrative for the people who participate, and good for the companies, who want healthier insurance customers. But it’s not quite so simple.
For years, Amazon.com has targeted shoppers who can afford a $99 Prime subscription. Last week's announcement that it will deliver groceries to food-stamp recipients shows Amazon also wants to appeal to lower-income shoppers, traditionally Wal-Mart's bailiwick.