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Airbnb Sues San Francisco Over New Rules Imposed On CompanyAirbnb filed suit against San Francisco in federal court Monday over recently approved legislation requiring short-term rental companies to verify that hosts are registered with the city.
Pepsi Putting Aspartame Back Into Some Diet DrinksPepsiCo is putting aspartame back in some of its diet beverages less than a year after pulling the artificial sweetener as part of a marketing move over safety concerns.
43 Million Americans Estimated To Hit The Roads For July 4th WeekendIt’s going to be a busy holiday weekend on the nation’s highways.
Chipotle Using Rewards To Win Back Customers After E. coli, Norovirus ScaresChipotle is introducing a temporary loyalty program intended to get customers back into its stores following a series of food scares.
Pepsi Puts Back Artificial Sweetener Linked To Cancer In Mice In Newest Diet SodaPepsiCo is creating a new diet beverage for fans of aspartame less than a year after pulling the artificial sweetener over safety concerns.
Costco Skewered On Social Media Over Troubled Switch To Visa Credit CardMany Costco customers have taken to Twitter and the retailer's Facebook page to vent their frustration over Costco's switch from using American Express credit cards to Visa.
VW To Pay Owners Up To $7K In Wake Of $10B Diesel Emissions ScandalVolkswagen will pay owners of its polluting diesel cars up to seven thousand dollars and agree to fund a grant program to offset air pollution.
Best Buy Sale Prices Called Into QuestionA class-action lawsuit is accusing Best Buy of phantom markdowns, and falsely representing former “original” or “regular” prices.
Pillsbury Muscling In On Girl Scout Cookie Market With Year-Round MixesThe Pillsbury Dough Boy is horning in on the Girl Scout Cookie market with baking mixes that will help everyone handle their cookie cravings throughout the year.
Kia Edges Out Other Carmakers In J.D. Power Reliability Ranking SurveyA national survey of new-car buyers found that reliability is improving for most automakers.
Health Officials Warn Dogs & Breweries Don't MixCounty health officials are warning that it's against the health code to allow customers to bring their four-legged buddies along when visiting a bar or brewery.
FAA Approves Routine Commercial Use Of DronesThe FAA approved routine commercial use of small drones Tuesday. The new rules could go into effect by mid-August.

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