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The land of the fee: Comcast subscribers in seven different states are claiming that “broadcast TV” and “regional sports” fees that have netted the cable giant billions of dollars are “illegal and deceptive."

That was quick: A day after we told you about workers’ unhappy response to Instacart’s plan to do away with tips and replace them with a “service amount,” the online grocery delivery service decided to keep the tip option open.

Switcheroo: Samsung is setting up booths that let travelers exchange their recalled Note 7 devices before they board their flights at airports around the world.

What's good for the goose: Nursing home operators and industry trade groups have filed a lawsuit to keep patients from filing their own lawsuits.

Timing is everything: Recently “retired” Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf claimed before Congress that he first learned about the bank’s fake account fiasco in 2013, but a new report claims that a Wells employee tried to warn him about the problem back in 2007.

“Forced arbitration is more than just a ripoff clause; it’s a shroud of secrecy that allows abuse and neglect to fester outside of the public eye.” — Susan Harley of Public Citizen, discussing the nursing home industry’s challenge to new federal rules.

“I still don’t understand. I don’t think he knew what he was apologizing for either.” — Verizon Wireless customer telling The Plain Dealer of a recent conversation with customer service about crediting her for part of her exorbitant data bill.
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