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Credit card ‘travel hacking': Wharton MBAs offer tips to get the most out of your rewards in 2019

For the truly motivated -- the so-called “travel hackers” -- there’s “manufactured spending,” or loopholes to generate an inordinate amount of rewards points.

After Apple’s credit card, T-Mobile says it’s offering checking account

The third-largest wireless carrier has partnered with BankMobile, a division of Customers Bank, to offer the mobile-focused checking account, called T-Mobile MONEY.

Tesla couldn’t solve a Model 3 owners’ Bluetooth problem after 7 months. So it blamed Samsung phones.

After buying their second Tesla in March 2018, a Model 3 that has been serviced again and again since at least July, the Salvages have had enough of Tesla’s customer service.

Amazon Go stores to accept cash after Philly, New Jersey ban cashless stores

Weeks after Philadelphia and New Jersey passed laws banning cashless stores, Amazon said Wednesday that its cashierless retail locations will start accepting cash.

‘Valueless warranties’: Harrisburg car dealership must refund consumers, Pennsylvania AG says

Consumers who believe they’re victims of the sales tactic have 90 days to file a complaint with the Pennsylvania Attorney General Office's Bureau of Consumer Protection.

Wendell Pritchett, 87, Philadelphia music teacher

Wendell Pritchett, a classical pianist, public school teacher, and father of the University of Pennsylvania’s first African American provost, died on Saturday morning. He was 87.

Health department warns of possible hepatitis A exposure at South Philly Acme

Health officials said Saturday that certain shoppers of an Acme in South Philadelphia should get vaccinated because a worker at the store has “acute” Hepatitis A.

Verizon rolls out free service to combat robocalls

The wireless carrier also announced it has begun deploying technology on its network meant to verify calls are authentic and not from fraudsters.

FTC orders broadband providers like Comcast to detail data collection practices

The Federal Trade Commission said it issued the orders Tuesday to examine the privacy policies of Internet service providers. The agency’s study comes amid calls for Congress to develop Internet privacy legislation.

N.J. says these 2 dealers sold used cars at high prices so they could be repossessed and then sold again

Pine Valley Motors and its sister dealership, Nu 2 U Auto World in Clementon, Camden County, repeatedly sold old cars at inflated prices to low income consumers, then repossessed and resold the cars over and over once owners defaulted, the state claimed.