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DirecTV Admits Errors In Regional Sports Fees; Will Issue Credits To Affected Customers

DirecTV is apologizing and saying it will credit the bills of affected customers.
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Land of the fee: At first, DirecTV could not offer a reasonable explanation for why it was assessing its “Regional Sports Fee” unevenly. But the company is now apologizing and saying it will credit the bills of affected customers.

The end: As RadioShack slouched toward its second bankruptcy in two years, employees of the once-great retailer inundated Consumerist with tales of tight-lipped managers, confusion over store closings, and “clearance” savings that aren’t what they appear to be. PlusHere are the 365 stores RadioShack wants to close next.

CAFE standards: Some states say they will go to court to fight carmakers’ attempts to undo the EPA’s longterm fuel-economy and emissions standards.

Ghostwriter?: Newly unsealed court documents suggest that Roundup’s manufacturer, Monsanto, may have written at least some of an academic research paper used to demonstrate the safety of the weed-killer’s main chemical.

“Honestly, I’ve been getting more news from Consumerist than my employer.” — RadioShack worker on how the company is communicating during bankruptcy proceedings.

"They were sparking and had small amounts of fire.”  — Airline passenger whose headphones exploded while she was wearing them.
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