Amazon's Recall of Solar Eclipse Glasses Was 'Tragically Too Little, Too Late': Lawsuit
As millions of Americans prepared to witness a total solar eclipse, Amazon.com Inc. sent a safety warning to consumers who'd purchased potentially hazardous safety glasses and camera filters to capture the spectacle in the sky.
By C. RYAN BARBER|September 01, 2017
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Amazon.com Inc. spent a record amount lobbying California lawmakers in the third quarter, mirroring its recent highest-ever binge on advocacy in Washington, D.C. Amazon spent $136,660 on state lobbying services between July and September, the highest quarterly figure for the company since it began filing reports with the Secretary of State’s office in 2000.
A pharmaceutical company has paid the state of Georgia $7 million to settle claims it underpaid rebates to the Medicaid program for the popular allergy…
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