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New estimate claims a quarter of Microsoft laptops break within 2 years
According to a new poll from Consumer Reports, 25 percent of Microsoft Surface laptops and tablets break within two years of ownership.
Amazon plans to distribute event tickets in the US
The online retailer aims to become source for concert tickets, putting them in direct competition with Ticketmaster.
Dillard's, Macy's and Micron skid while Perrigo soars
Dillard's, Macy's and Micron Technology skid while Perrigo and Brinker International climb
Consumers Reports pulls Microsoft laptop recommendation
Consumer Reports is pulling its recommendation of four Microsoft laptops after a survey found that users were complaining about problems with the devices
Lose up to 14 pounds a year by cutting back on soda, new report says
Eliminating just one soda a day can have a dramatic impact on your weight and health, according to study published today by Consumer Reports. Today, " Good Morning America " got a first look at the report , titled "Can 'Sin Taxes' Solve America's Obesity Problem Dr. Jennifer Ashton, ABC News' chief
Young, white people dying from colorectal cancer: Study
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on increasing death rates from colorectal cancer and a new Consumer Reports analysis of the impact sugary drinks have on the body.
GrubHub buys rival Eat24 from Yelp for $288 million
The food ordering service will now provide users with access to approximately 75,000 restaurants.
Are Americans addicted to pills?
A new study from Consumer Reports claims that more than half of Americans are over-prescribed medications, and Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what people can do to limit the number of drugs they take.
Consumer Reports reveals the top yogurts for your diet
ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo brings all the details from a Consumer Reports article that reveals that protein-rich whole milk yogurt is the way to go.
Consumer Reports says liquid laundry detergent packets pose risk for people with dementia
The nonprofit organization reported the liquid laundry detergent packets may pose a "lethal risk" for adults with dementia, who may mistake them for food.