HBW US Market News: FTC Returns 'Free Trial' Losses, Old Spice Targets 'Meat Sweats,' More
FTC returns more than $5.4m to more than 100,000 consumers from "free trial" scam;" Hood College names Nutrition Science Program's founding director; Cremer introduces gummy-counting machine; Herbalife renovates LA headquarters; Arby's and Old Spice team up to fight "meat sweats."
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