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11/12/2014
Baby Boomers Big Buyers of New Vehicles, Report Finds. In year-to-date sales, consumers in their 50s and 60s have purchased the most new cars, according to J.D. Power and Associates. _________________________________
11/11/2014
Veterans Transitioning to an Insurance Career. Both insurers and military members are finding that service members' transition to the insurance world makes for the perfect pairing.
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11/10/2014
Nearly Half-Billion Customer Records Breached in 2014 - So Far, Report Finds. Approximately 375 million customers worldwide were affected by data theft through this year's first half, according to recent analysis.
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11/7/2014
Used Car Prices to Lower Thanks to Surging New-Car Sales. Recent analysis indicates used car prices are anticipated to slide to levels not seen since 2008.
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11/6/2014
Passionate Business Owners Biggest Predictor of Success, Study Finds. A recent report suggests that people who are passionate about their companies tend to be the most well off financially.
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8/13/2014
NHTSA: Car Crashes Cost $871 billion. More than three-quarters of a trillion dollars is attributable to motor vehicle accidents, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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8/12/2014
Non-Profit Group Says U.S. Homes Should be More Disaster-Resistant. The Federal Alliance for Safe Homes recently issued recommendations on how to improve building codes.
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  8/11/2014
Fire Sprinkler Systems Save Lives and Homes. The Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety says homeowners should consider installing a sprinkler system, as the benefits can be significant.
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  8/8/2014
Study Suggests Even Minor Pain Following Car Crash Needs to be Treated Early. Researchers from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill recently found that instead of minor injuries getting better over time, they can get worse if not treated effectively at the outset.
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  8/7/2014
Many Millennials Looking to Become Homeowners. A new poll reveals that young people are among the most engaged consumers in the home purchase market.
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8/6/2014
Poll: Toyota Top Brand Referenced for New-Car Shoppers Who Remember Recall. Kelley Blue Book finds that some recalls are more memorable for buyers.
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8/5/2014
Poll: Physicians Say Contemporaries Routinely Order Unnecessary Tests. As a hedge against liability, doctors say superfluous procedures are performed.
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8/4/2014
Kidney Injuries Prevented with Seatbelt, Airbag Use. New findings from the American Urological Association reveal that buckling up and airbag technology are key to avoiding kidney damage after a crash.
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8/1/2014
People Still Call More Than Text, Poll Suggests. When in-person conversations can't be had, consumers say they'd rather call than text.
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7/31/2014
Do Hands-Free Devices Make Driving Safer? A new National Safety Council survey reveals how many people are under the wrong impression about hands-free technology.
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7/30/2014
NFPA: Fire Damage Expenses Up Significantly Since 1980. The National Fire Protection Association says the total cost of fires in the U.S. has increased by 34% in the past three decades.
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7/29/2014
Supply of Affordable Priced Cars Grows. Kelley Blue Book recently named the best cars that sell for less than $8,000.
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7/28/2014
Pay Raise vs. Vacation Time? An overwhelming majority of Americans say that they'd rather be compensated more robustly than additional time to themselves.
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7/25/2014
Texting and Driving Habits of Teens. Notwithstanding the dangers, many teens still text and drive, according to new polling data.
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7/24/2014
'Greenest' Cars of 2014. Kelley Blue Book says fuel-efficient buyers can't go wrong with the 2014 BMW i3.
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7/23/2014
Determining Factors in a Hurricane Evacuation. 8 in 10 Americans incorrectly believe that evacuation boundaries are affected by hurricane category, according to a FLASH survey.
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7/22/2014
2014's Best Job Is…. Mathematician has been declared 2014's best job. The growth rate for math teachers is expected to surge 23% by 2022, according to a new CareerCast report.
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7/21/2014
Americans 'Going Green' When Remodeling A survey done by the National Association of Home Builders finds that remodelers are increasingly doing projects that improve home efficiency.
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7/18/2014
The Biggest Lesson Learned from Hurricane Sandy Three-quarters of residents affected by Sandy lost their power for at least a day, making life quite difficult for those who didn't have a backup power supply.
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7/17/2014
Smartphone Theft On The Rise Consumer Reports says 3.1 million smartphones were stolen last year, twice the rate of 2012.
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7/16/2014
Poll: Most experience new automobile technologies for first time in rental cars Half of consumers say that they got their first taste of new automotive systems after renting a car.
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7/15/2014
Keep your pet protected this 'Pet Fire Safety Day' Approximately a half-million pets are affected by a fire in the home each year, according to the American Kennel Club.
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7/14/2014
What used cars to avoid Consumer Reports recently put together a list of used vehicles to steer clear of and what serve as good alternatives.
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7/14/2014
Poll: Car Buyers Opting out of Test Drives Half of consumers say that they got their first taste of new automotive systems after renting a car.
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7/11/2014
Poll: Rental laws still unclear Approximately two-thirds of renters erroneously believe that their landlord can end a leasing agreement prematurely for family-related reasons, according to Zillow.
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7/10/2014
Inactive hurricane seasons have produced big storms. Safety organizations and the insurance industry remind U.S. residents that historically quiet hurricane seasons can still be damaging.
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7/9/2014
Vehicle-mounted cameras superior. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety finds that rear cameras do a better job at reducing blind zones than parking sensors.
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7/8/2014
Peak Season for Vehicle Theft. Peak season for cars being stolen is July and August, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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7/7/2014
2014 Hurricane Forecast Predictions. Colorado State University climatologists say 2014 could be a repeat of 2013, when hurricanes were few and far between.
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7/3/2014
Hurricane Arthur reminds business owners to prepare. Watches and warnings are in effect along the Carolinas, according to the National Weather Service.
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7/3/2014
How to have an accident-free Fourth of July. Most fireworks injuries that occur each year happen around the Independence Day holiday, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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7/2/2014
Fewer consumers shopping around for auto insurance coverage. New polling data from TransUnion suggests the rate of auto insurance shopping has declined.
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7/1/2014
Convenience an Important Factor in Recycling, Poll Finds. A new poll says that Americans might recycle more if they had a bin in every room.
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6/30/2014
Traffic used as justification for tardiness. A new CareerBuilder survey reveals some of the more common and unusual excuses Americans use to explain why they came in late to work.
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