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Please explain: In the span of a week, all four national wireless carriers either introduced, enhanced, or dropped prices or restrictions on unlimited data offerings for mobile customers. So what does it mean for you, the actual subscriber?

Naked transparency: PepsiCo has agreed to use labels that more accurately reflect the ingredients in its Naked Juice line of drinks following a lawsuit.

Sorry, we're closed: Bloomin’ Brands — parent company to the Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s, Bonefish Grill, and Fleming’s Steakhouse chains — announced it would close dozens of locations.

Yer outta here: The bloodletting at Wells Fargo over the banking giant’s fake account fiasco isn’t done yet, as the company has dismissed four additional executives without the PR-friendly spin of “retirement.”

No peeking: A coalition made up of human rights organizations, consumer advocates, and the tech industry penned an open letter asking the Department of Homeland Security not to collect U.S. visitors’ passwords for websites they visit.

“In this case, we got it wrong.” — 20th Century Fox, apologizing for “fake news” movie promotions.

“[The suspect] theorized that the company’s stock value would plunge after the explosions, allowing him to cheaply acquire shares of Target stock before an eventual rebound in prices.”  — Criminal complaint filed against Florida man accused of planning to bomb Target stores for personal gain.
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