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The no-fly zone: Upon hearing that Delta Air Lines had banned a passenger for life, we had to wonder: What do you have to do to get banned from an airline forever, and which U.S. carriers have such a policy in place?

No power here: Apple's latest iOS update has been found to unexpectedly drain device batteries in a matter of seconds. 

Error in your favor: In the madness of the holiday shipping season, mistakes are not uncommon. Sometimes, lucky shoppers find themselves on the winning end of those mistakes and receive more items than they paid for. So what’s an honest consumer to do? 

'Tis the season: Don’t let your ambition for discounts and seemingly great seasonal opportunities blind you to some common scams that tend to pop up in these final weeks of the year.

At last: Congress has finally okayed a piece of legislation that, if signed by the president, will stop companies from using so-called “non-disparagement” or “gag” clauses to prevent or discourage customers from writing honest reviews.

“I look over and sunlight and I just see a figure essentially step out of it. And then I’m like, ‘What was that?'" — United Airlines passenger who witnessed his fellow traveler open the plane's exit door, and hop out while the aircraft was taxiing, in an interview with KHOU-11.

“The sale has become a cancer.” — Former JCPenney CEO Allen Questrom, talking to CNN’s Squawk Box about the current state of department stores.
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