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Big data is watching: It can be downright creepy for people to realize that they’re being followed by marketers both online and off. That’s why the Federal Trade Commission is trying to wrap its head around how it all works, and what the concerns are for you. Here’s what we learned.

Ready to go: A number of consumer advocates and more than a dozen state attorneys general have stepped up, seeking to defend the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau if the Trump administration won't.

Let's get it on: The rumor mill is heating up with reports that Verizon totally has a thing for big cable companies that begin with the letter “C,” and that it might be interested in hooking up with Charter. 

Still here: A year after Walgreens said it needed a bit more time to decide whether or not to continue selling cigarettes, shareholders are questioning the company’s choice to continue selling the cancer-causing products.

Having a ball: Golfers rejoice — Costco’s coveted Kirkland Signature golf balls aren't gone forever, as you might have thought. They're coming back.

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