Chris Morran

Consumerist.com

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Senior Editor of Consumerist.com, an online consumer blog published by Consumers Union

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In Miami today, Walmart workers became the latest participants in a week of labor actions scheduled to culminate on Black Friday.

Walmart, Wages, and Black Friday Walkouts

In Miami today, Walmart workers became the latest participants in a week of labor actions scheduled to culminate on Black Friday.

from To the Point

Almost a week after the collapse of a clothing factory in Bangladesh, the search for bodies goes on.

The High Price of Cheap Clothing

Almost a week after the collapse of a clothing factory in Bangladesh, the search for bodies goes on.

from To the Point

Amazon has a new,  smart-phone strategy  for competitive pricing. Traditional stores are outraged.

Amazon Outrages Brick and Mortar Stores with New Price Comparison App

Amazon has a new, smart-phone strategy for competitive pricing. Traditional stores are outraged.

from To the Point

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