Inside Stories From the War Between Automakers And Dealers Over Exports

Inside Stories From the War Between Automakers And Dealers Over Exports

There’s not a more uncomfortable phone call for a car dealership’s finance manager to make then asking a customer to come back to have their finance or lease contract rewritten. This is typically caused by sales managers — the people most despised by finance departments — who spot deliver a vehicle based on their wrong guess about the rate or term a lender would approve the deal. Needless to say, the vast majority of these rewrites result in a higher monthly payment for the customer.

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Senators: No More Federal Funding To For-­Profit Colleges That Strip Students Of Legal Rights

Senators: No More Federal Funding To For ­Profit Colleges That Strip Students Of Legal Rights

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If your college breaks the law, you should be able to pursue a legal action in court. But ­­following the lead of banks, wireless providers, and cable companies some for-profit colleges have been stripping students of their legal rights and forcing them into arbitration. These schools should not receive federal funding, says one group of lawmakers.

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Uber To Pay $28.5M To Settle Allegations It Misled Customers On Safety Practices

Uber To Pay $28.5M To Settle Allegations It Misled Customers On Safety PracticesRide-hailing service Uber has agreed to pay $28.5 million to more than 25 million customers, and rename its so-called “safe ride fee” in order to settle a class-action lawsuit that the company misled consumers about its “industry leading” safety procedures. 

The Associated Press reports that Uber agreed to the settlement, filed on Thursday in the United States District Court in the Northern District of California, to resolve a class-action lawsuit filed in 2014.

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