Motion 'relies on distortions and omissions..." the U.S. Attorney wrote
An investigation by the Federal Trade Commission and New York Attorney General's office found the marketing company that sells Snuggies, Magic Mesh and Perfect Brownie Pans had misled customers about its deals, often significantly overcharging them. Under a new settlement, the company, Allstar Marketing, will be required to reform its sales practices and pay $8 million, $7.5 million of which will go toward restitution.
Just a few hundred participate in reform program
Provision is part of a new state law that takes effect April 1
Report shows less than $150 M. of $350 M. raised actually gets to charities
How New York's hospitals—and political leaders—got hooked on a little-known surcharge
A report by the state's Gaming Facilities Location Board explained a variety of reasons why bidders failed to secure casino licenses when the board decided which facilities would receive licenses last year.
Board members brace for another round of bids