Lyft Tests $199 Monthly Subscription Plan For RidesLyft is experimenting with a new subscription model as it tries to find more ways to end car ownership.
Armed Thieves Targeting Bay Area Verizon StoresVerizon wireless stores across the Bay Area have been targeted by armed thieves, and the thieves are not afraid to use force on their victims.
Ford Recalls 1.4 Million Cars Because Steering Wheel Can Come OffFord is recalling 1.4 million vehicles because the steering wheels can become loose and even come off while driving.
Senate Will Vote To Make Credit Freezes Free For EveryoneAfter the massive data breach at Equifax, consumer advocates called on Congress to make credit freezes free.
Craft Breweries Fear Trump's Tariffs Will Doom The BoomPresident Trump's looming 10% tariff on aluminum — think beer cans — poses the latest threat.
Amazon Wants To Be Your Bank Too?Amazon is said to be in talks with JPMorgan Chase, Capital One and other banks and financial services firms about setting up an Amazon-branded checking account for its customers.
Judge Weighs Science Behind Monsanto Roundup Cancer ClaimA federal judge in San Francisco will conduct his own review during an unusual set of court hearings scheduled to start Monday.
White House: No Exemptions from Steel, Aluminum TariffsThe Trump's administration appears unbowed by criticism of his planned import tariffs on steel and aluminum, saying Sunday that the president is not planning on exempting any countries from the stiff duties.
California Blocked From Requiring Cancer Warning Label On Weed KillerA U.S. judge blocked California from requiring that the popular weed-killer Roundup carry a label stating that it is known to cause cancer, saying the warning is misleading.
Wells Fargo Accused Of Preying On Black, Latino Homebuyers In CaliforniaThe city of Sacramento accused Wells Fargo of a "long-standing pattern and practice" of illegal lending in minority and low-income communities that reduced home values, limited property tax revenue and drove up foreclosures.
AutoNation To Pay $3.38 Million To Settle California Environment LawsuitA California court has ordered 57 car dealerships and collision centers that operate as subsidiaries of AutoNation to pay nearly $3.5 million in penalties for illegally disposing of hazardous material.
NRA Backlash: Big Brands Sever Ties to Gun LobbyThe National Rifle Association is facing a corporate backlash as companies take a closer look at their investments, co-branding deals and other ties to the gun industry following the latest school massacre.

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