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General Mills Changes Fine Print to Allow Lawsuits Again

(NEW YORK) — If something goes wrong with your Cheerios, you once again have the right to sue the company that made them.General Mills over the weekend decided to undo a change in its legal fine print that would’ve meant giving up your right to sue if you...

Security Breach May Have Affected 2.6M Michaels Customers

payphoto/iStock Editorial/Thinkstock(IRVING, Texas) — Three months after learning of a possible security breach, Michaels announced on Thursday that it has discovered evidence confirming it was indeed attacked. The arts and crafts chain said in a statement “that...

KFC Bringing Back the Popular ‘Double Down’

(NEW YORK) — This is not a drill: KFC plans to bring back its infamous Double Down starting April 21, reports USA Today. In case you forgot what this glorious creation includes, it’s a bunless “sandwich” that uses breaded and fried chicken breasts instead of bread, which...

Breakfast Wars: Taco Bell Aims to Devour McDonald’s Morning Menu Empire

(NEW YORK) — Taco Bell has launched an all-out advertising assault to promote its new Waffle Taco, in the hopes of taking a bite out of McDonald’s breakfast empire. One ad, set to the tune of “Old Macdonald Had a Farm,” features a guy who has been eating McDonald’s Egg...

Three in Ten Americans Haven’t Visited a Bank Branch in Six Months, Survey Says

(NEW YORK) — American banking habits are changing, with the Internet and mobile technology heralding a shift in the way people are managing their money. A new survey from Bankrate says three in ten Americans haven’t visited a bank or credit union in at least six...

Drought Driving Up Food Prices

(NEW YORK) — If you’ve been food shopping lately, you may have noticed that your grocery bill has gotten higher. It’s not just you — as the Wall Street Journal reports, drought has been driving up the cost of food items like meat, vegetables and coffee....

The Jobs Bummer: 4 Million Still Long-Term Unemployed

(NEW YORK) — From energy boomtowns in North Dakota to high-tech manufacturing in Oregon, the fastest job growth in the U.S. is heavily clustered in the West — from Arizona and Utah to Colorado — and in the middle states with big oil and gas industries. But for...