T-Mobile must refund at least $67.5 million to customers who faced unauthorized charges on their phone bill from third-party services.
Did Bank of America’s poor customer service actually send an account holder to the hospital?
Being famous provides no protection from being ripped off by a financial broker.
Billionaire wins a big one in his mission to expose sellers of fake wine.
Prosecutors allege that defective loans were intentionally sold to Fannie and Freddie.
Could the makers of the new Batman film “The Dark Knight Rises” be held liable for the Colorado shootings? Legal experts say no.
At long last, the checks are in the mail. For the more than 10 million credit card customers who filed claims in an antitrust class-action lawsuit over foreign-currency conversion fees charged between 1996 and 2006, the settlement checks are on the way. The first checks were mailed to consumers in late November, and the mailings