Woke ESG Lending Borrows From Beijing Social Control September 21, 2022 by Larry Bell, Newsmax
Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges September 21, 2022 by Patrick Thomas, Wall Street Journal
BlackRock CEO Hails High Energy Prices For ‘Accelerating’ Green Transition September 21, 2022 by Harold Hutchison, Daily Caller
ESG Does Neither Much Good nor Very Well September 13, 2022 by Terrence R. Keeley, Wall Street Journal
If You Want to Know Where US Inflation Is Heading, Look at Rents September 13, 2022 by Matthew Boesler, Bloomberg
Get Ready for a Food Fight: High Grocery Costs Are Here to Stay September 13, 2022 by Garrett Downs, Politico
U.S. Banks Lost a Record $370 Billion in Deposits Last Quarter September 13, 2022 by David Benoit, Wall Street Journal
Visa, Mastercard, Amex to Start Categorizing Gun Shop Sales September 12, 2022 by Ken Sweet, Associated Press
Nasdaq’s Board-Diversity Rule Pits Corporate Elites Against the Constitution September 12, 2022 by Jonathan Berry, New York Post
ESG on the Edge: Controversy Weighs on Sustainable ETFS September 12, 2022 by Kevin Schmidt, CNBC

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently published a comprehensive report from the Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law that examined ways to harmonize and modernize federal consumer financial laws.

The report focused on the consumer credit regulations and their implementation , as well as gaps in knowledge that should be addressed through research. The comprehensive report could be a step in the right direction to depoliticize and reform the agency in a way that will best address consumers’ financial problems.

Consumers’ Research Senior Research Fellow, Professor Tom Miller, Jr., and chairman of the CFPB’s Taskforce, Professor Todd J. Zywicki, joined Brian Knight, Director of Innovation and Governance and a Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center, to discuss the report and the future of consumer finance law at our latest event.



Consumers’ Research Campaign Exposes BlackRock Ties to China October 28, 2021 by Christian Whittle - By Christian Whittle On Wednesday, Oct. 27, Consumers’ Research, Consumers’ Bulletin’s parent organization, launched a multi-million-dollar campaign highlighting the ties between the Chinese government and BlackRock. The nation’s oldest consumers protection organization hopes to expose the close relationship maintained by the Chinese Communist Party and the world’s largest asset manager. Consumers’ Research released a television advertisement to […]
Federal Regulators Aim to Give Consumers More Freedom to Make Their Own Repairs July 26, 2021 by Noah Rothstein - By Noah Rothstein Federal regulators are eyeing certain actions to give consumers the freedom to repair their own electronic devices.   The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) believes certain restrictions that force consumers into manufacturers’ and sellers’ repair networks, leading them to replace products before the end of their usefulness, is a potentially anti-competitive practice.   […]
Companies Warn of Food Shortages July 20, 2021 by Natalie DeCoste - By Natalie DeCoste Supply chain problems have been plaguing American consumers since the start of the pandemic, and the latest word coming from the restaurant industry reveals these issues have not gone away. Two major chains, Starbucks and Taco Bell, have warned consumers that some of their menu items may not be available. Taco Bell is […]
Johnson & Johnson Recall Sunscreens Due to Cancer-Causing Chemicals July 15, 2021 by Emma Nitzsche - By Emma Nitzsche  On Wednesday, Johnson & Johnson issued a voluntary recall on five of its Neutrogena and Aveeno aerosol sunscreen products after a low level of benzene was detected in some samples. The recalled products included its Beach Defense Sunscreen, Cool Dry Sport Invisible Daily and Ultra Sheer, and Aveeno’s Protect & Refresh aerosol sunscreen. The […]
Semiconductor Producer Broadcom Charged with Illegal Monopolization July 6, 2021 by Natalie DeCoste - By Natalie DeCoste The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed charges against semiconductor manufacturer Broadcom on July 2 over allegations that the company illegally monopolized the market for semiconductor components. The FTC announced that it filed a complaint against Broadcom for illegally monopolizing markets for semiconductor components through exclusive dealings. These semiconductor chips are used to deliver television […]
Consumers’ Research Launches Initiative Warning Companies to Put Consumers First – and Stop Playing Woke Political Games May 21, 2021 by Consumers' Research - Consumers’ Research launched the Consumers First Initiative on May 18, a major “name and shame” campaign against corporations that try to distract attention from their corporate failures by playing woke politics. Consumers’ Research’s initial launch includes an ad buy of well over seven figures with hard-hitting ads critical of American Airlines, Coca-Cola, and Nike for putting woke politics over consumer interests. The […]
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