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The sweet Easter treat is getting tweaked in its home country, but the U.S. has seen unwanted changes to Coca-Cola, Maker's Mark bourbon and other products.
If you're complaining about Katy Perry this year, just be grateful that she isn't a 3-D Elvis impersonator.
It's not that drivers don't like the potential discounts of pay-as-you-drive insurance. It's the remote monitoring that worries them.
Shows such as 'American Pickers,''Storage Wars' and 'Pawn Stars' give consumers the courage to negotiate better prices and terms, a survey says.
Just five companies have accounted for 35% of all Super Bowl commercials within the past five years. Chances are, you're familiar with their best work.
Tesla is promising an electric car for $35,000, but Ford, Smart and Volkwagen are among the automakers that have already made that dream a reality.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has said that U.S. beer is in trouble if Millennials don't start drinking Bud and Bud Light. That isn't quite right.
The sedan isn't the life of the auto world's party, but its value to U.S. drivers is more than its practical nature and price suggest.
The holidays couldn't stop the beer calendar, which is why big and small brewers alike made a huge push at the end of 2014.