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IKEA Recalls Ceiling Lights That Have Faulty Retaining ClipsHome furnishing giant IKEA is recalling ceiling light fixtures over fears they could fall and hit people.
Experts Investigating Root Cause Of High Gas Prices In CaliforniaA state panel is meeting Monday to investigate why California gas prices are consistently higher than the national average and whether state lawmakers can do anything about it.
Wendy’s Reports ‘Unusual Activity’ On Payment Cards Used At Some RestaurantsWendy’s says it is investigating reports of “unusual activity” on payment cards that had been used at some of its restaurants.
Recalled Mandarin Oranges Sold At Walgreens Could Contain GlassA voluntary recall has been issued for mandarin oranges that were sold nationwide at Walgreens and could contain pieces of glass.
Macy's Recalls Martha Stewart Frying Pans After Metal Discs Fly Off, Cause InjuriesMacy's is recalling two Martha Stewart brand frying pans after customers said small metal discs popped off the pans and caused bruises, burns and welts.
California Gas Prices Spike During HolidaysExperts say a shortage caused by problems with the state's refineries is to blame.
Hyatt Hotels Finds Malicious Software On Computers; Warns Of Possible Credit Card Number TheftsHyatt Hotels Corp. says it found malicious software on the computer system that processes customer payments, raising the possibility that hackers may have obtained credit card numbers or other sensitive information.
Self-Balancing Scooter Bursts Into Flames At Bay Area HomeA hoverboard burst into flames in a San Francisco Bay Area suburban home, charring a kitchen wall but causing no injuries.
Report: Apple Watch 2 To Be Unveiled In MarchTech rumors suggest Apple could unveil its latest version of the Apple Watch in March.
Chipotle Tightening Food Safety After E. Coli CasesChipotle says it is tightening its food safety standards after its restaurants were linked to dozens of cases of E. coli.
California Supreme Court OKs Lawsuits On 'Organic' LabelingThe California Supreme Court says state law allows consumers to file lawsuits alleging food products are falsely labeled "organic."
'High Traffic' Crashes Target's Website On Cyber MondayCyber Monday shoppers hoping to score deals on early were out of luck after the site went down because of "high traffic.”

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