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Last week saw the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, , leave base rates unchanged at 0.5 per cent and its Quantitative Easing, , programme left unchanged at 375bn.
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Virginia isn't just for lovers - it's also for nice people. That's the finding from the Marchex Institute , a data analysis firm.
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Toyota of Danville and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Vermilion County are joining forces to recruit mentors for area youth.
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In a week-long series on KETV First News, we helped viewers find better deals on everything from travel to banks.
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New car sales across Europe rose in April for the first time in 18 months, boosted by strong demand in the UK.
Consumers were victims of nearly 290,000 online frauds and lost more than $525 million in 2012, up 8 percent from 2011.
Car sales in Tasmania rose to almost five times the national average in the 12 months to April this year.
HAWK HONCHOS: These are just four of the many people who will be working at Sunday's fourth annual Bishop Hendricken High School Car Show on the Hawks' campus in Warwick.
Bobby Layman Chevrolet is celebrating the opening of its new building this weekend, a project that is one of the most visible improvements on the West Side since the arrival of the nearby casino.
Mercedes-Benz is heralding its latest-generation S class as a flagship that will set new benchmarks for luxury sedans with its packaging of technology, safety gear and opulence.
Luxury cars have moved past the days of the ignition-challenged Jaguars in AMC's "Mad Men," but many still have faults.
The State Motor Vehicle Commission and Division of Consumer Affairs are urging all customers to consult their database of flood and salvage-titled vehicles before purchasing a car.
Recent data showed that Washingtonians curse the least of any state in the nation.
U.S. factories cut back sharply on production in April, as auto companies cranked out fewer cars and most other industries reduced output.
Ruben Tuttle, 72, went peacefully home to be with his Lord, Friday, May 10, 2013, at Maine Medical Center in Portland.
Mark Huffman has been a consumer news reporter for ConsumerAffairs since 2004. He covers real estate, gas prices and the economy and has reported extensively on negative-option sales.