Wow. Is Comcast trying to bury evidence of flubs?

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I'm guessing we haven't heard the last of this one. Just two days after Comcast's highly publicized come-to-contrition moment on how it plans... Read more

FCC's Tom Wheeler: From ex-lobbyist to consumer hero

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If there were any lingering doubts that the Federal Communications Commission's staff and leadership wanted to kill Comcast Corp.'s $45 billion... Read more

Tax Day mystery: In Internet era, why can't you just file free online?

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It's long been a mystery to anyone who recognizes the power of computer algorithms and online data forms: Why can't U.S. taxpayers simply calculate... Read more

Sources: Google to face European antitrust charges

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Google will face antitrust charges in the European Union even though it famously dodged them in the United States, sources have told several... Read more

If it's April and still cold, this must be true

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Darn, I knew I couldn't trust those pesky scientists. (Or why it's sometimes hard to tell the pranks from the fringier news releases.) ... Read more

CFPB moves toward payday-loan crackdown, as critics warn of loopholes

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a "preliminary outline" of proposals shortly after midnight aimed at addressing one of the... Read more

Psst. Remember that thing RadioShack touted as your 'privacy'?

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This isn't the biggest or worst assault on privacy ever. But if you're interested in what happens to all that data you give up online and off... Read more

Comcast & the Attack of the Zombie Bills

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Yesterday I heard from not one but two Comcast customers whose supposedly resolved disputes with the Philadelphia company have come back to... Read more